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Cellcontrol Major Answer for Your Kids and Distracted Driving - Corpus Christi Caller Times

By Cellcontrol Team | 10 April, 2017

Cellcontrol was featured in a story on distracted driving in the Corpus Christi Caller Times. More attention has been brought to the epidemic of distracted driving following a tragic crash that killed 13 people in Uvalde County, Tx. You can read an excerpt from the story and get a link to the full transcript below. 

By: Mike McManus 

The use of cell phones while driving plays a role in 1.3 million crashes each year, causing 500,000 injuries and 6,000 deaths according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Text messaging is the most dangerous practice, making a crash 23 times more likely.

Recently the driver of a large pickup truck in the Texas Hill Country slammed head-on into a church bus, killing 12 senior citizens and their driver who were coming back from a church retreat. At least three 911 calls by citizens were made before the accident, reporting the “erratic driver” of the truck.  Two of those calls came from two different rural counties, from a driver of a car behind the truck...

Do kids and parents realize that texting is six times more likely to cause an accident than driving while intoxicated? Probably not.

Parents: here is a major answer for your kids: Cellcontrol is a subscription-based service that features a device inserted under the dashboard and an accompanying app that blocks your teen from sending or receiving texts while driving!  It also disables other phone features while the car is in motion, such as using email or accessing the camera.

For the full story, click here.

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Video Reveals Texas Driver Was Swerving and Using Phone Before Tragic Crash

By Cellcontrol Team | 3 April, 2017

Over the weekend a horrific, avoidable crash took the lives of 13 people, after a pick-up truck crashed head-on into a church van in Uvalde County, TX. Today video taken by another motorist who reported the driver shows the truck swerving all over the road into oncoming traffic. Reports now say the driver has admitted to using his phone while he was driving, prior to the crash. No charges have been filed as of this morning but it's likely that will change. 

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Cellcontrol Featured on Fox News

By Cellcontrol Team | 6 January, 2017

By: AJ Willingham, CNN

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Police Reveal Chattanooga Bus Driver Was Speeding and Using Phone Before Tragic Crash

By Cellcontrol Team | 16 December, 2016

Almost a month after the incident, police have released details that give insight on the horrific school bus crash in Chattanooga, Tennessee, that left six young students dead.

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Cellcontrol Featured in GEICO More

By Cellcontrol Team | 7 November, 2016

In the latest edition of the GEICO More Living blog, the insurance giant featured Cellcontrol as a solution to texting while driving. The article titled 4 Tech Tools To Make You (And Your Teen Safer Drivers) highlighted Cellcontrol's ability to stop games like Pokemon Go,  web browsing, social media and other apps, in addition to texting while driving. 
To read the full article, click here. The GEICO blog is just the latest of several trusted media outlets recognizing Cellcontrol ability to stop texting while driving and prevent distracted driving from mobile phones. 

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The Car Connection: Yes, Parents You can Block Pokemon Go in Your Gar

By Cellcontrol Team | 19 July, 2016

By: Richard Read

Depending on your perspective (and possibly, your age), Pokemon Go is either the worst trend to hit America since Car Lashes, or it's a fantastic game that encourages sedentary teens and Millennials to get out of the house and be social.

No matter which camp you fall into, though, one thing's for sure: the behavior of some Pokemon Go enthusiasts has been alarming. Late last week, traffic in New York came to a standstill as hundreds of players swarmed into Central Park, looking for an elusive Vaporeon. Far worse, though, are the numerous reports of auto accidents that have resulted from drivers playing the game (not to mention mesmerized pedestrians who've walked into traffic).

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