May
01
Realistic Guide to Cell Phone Use While Driving – The ‘Best Driver Setup’

Every driver has different needs while on the road, but staying connected is important for just about everybody. There are also times when it could be helpful, or even required, for a driver to use and engage with their phone while on the road. Although the safest recommendation would be to completely lock the phone away, out of sight, turned off, with no chance of distraction, it can be hard to entirely eliminate cell phone use while driving, especially if communicating via phone from the company car is part of your job. But with a few helpful tips and recommendations, you can easily minimize distracted driving while staying productive. Read more

Mar
14
This List of Most Dangerous Occupations May Surprise You

When you think of the most dangerous occupations, what comes to mind? If you’re like most people, you probably envision a job with explosions, heavy machinery, or extreme heights. After reading the latest statistics from OSHA, however, you may look at things a little differently.

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Feb
06
Leading Companies Against Texting and Driving Create New Solution, MOTOVATE

In 2017 TextNinja and Drive Beehive seized an opportunity for a collaboration of efforts against distracted driving. Starting with two teams scattered across four different time zones, we knew there would be challenges. Still, we put aside traditional competitive strategies and embraced our undeniable synergy. Two companies against texting and driving became one. And now, in 2018, it is with great pleasure that we launch the product of our collaboration, our new-and-improved solution: MOTOVATE™.    Read more

Aug
17
Are Distracted Driving Laws Tough Enough?

by: Guest Writer

Daniel Gallatin lost his life in New Castle, Pennsylvania in May 2013 when a 43 year old woman slammed her SUV into the back of his motorcycle and dragged him for 100 feet. A police investigation determined that the driver of the SUV was texting while driving and failed to see Daniel in front of her.
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Aug
15
New ‘E-DUI’ Law Enacted in Washington State

by: TextNinja

Many drivers react to their phones behind the wheel without fear of the possible texting and driving consequences they face. They face legal trouble, financial stress, community embarrassment, and of course the risk of death. The combination of these should be enough to keep anyone from texting and driving. But now, as of July 23, using your phone AT ALL while driving is illegal in the state of Washington, and will result in harsher consequences.
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