Paul Greene Wireless and Cintex Wireless encourage all consumers to take the Texting and Driving: It Can Wait Pledge

We’ve all heard the tragic stories of automobile accidents caused by distracted drivers who are texting. Paul Greene Wireless and Cintex Wireless are working to remind all mobile customers that texting and driving don’t mix. Our constant state of connectivity has launched us into a world where everything is sped up and expected to happen in real time. With so much access and availability, many people have come to expect instant communication and response. Paul Greene Wireless and Cintex Wireless encourage all consumers to slow down and take a deep breath.

Take a look at your mobile device and scroll to your last text message. Now read it aloud. Would reading or responding to that text message from behind the wheel be worth the risk of getting into a car accident — or worse?  Paul Greene Wireless and Cintex Wireless are working to educate all wireless users on the risks of texting while driving. Paul Greene Wireless is committed to helping put an end to the very dangerous behavior of texting while driving.

Paul Greene Wireless and Cintex Wireless want to especially remind the parents of teenagers about this risk – distracted, texting teenage drivers are a critical at-risk group in this category. In many ways, the “don’t drink and drive” campaigns of yesteryear are being remade and updated to focus on the dangers of texting while driving. With everyone’s help, we can make texting and driving a thing of the past.

Paul Greene Wireless and Cintex Wireless support a simple, yet potentially life-saving message: When it comes to texting and driving, It Can Wait®.

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