end distracted driving

TextLess Live More empowers young people nationwide to change their behaviors behind the wheel. One text, one moment of distraction, one glance down, can mean disaster. By simply putting the phone down while driving and encouraging others to do the same, you can prevent tragic crashes and save lives.

types of distraction

Distracted driving happens because of three different kinds of distraction: 
visual, manual, cognitive.

  • Visual distractions take our eyes off the road. 
  • Manual distractions make us take our hands off the wheel. 
  • Cognitive distractions drag our minds away from our driving. 

Using a phone while driving is particularly dangerous because it causes all three kinds of distraction.

distracted driving facts

9 people are killed each day in the U.S. in crashes caused by a distracted driver


Mental distractions can last up to 27 seconds after a text or distraction occurs


Drivers under the age of 20 have the highest proportion of distraction-related fatal crashes


In 2019, 39% of U.S. high school students admitted to texting or emailing while driving at least once during a 30-day period