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Despite pleas that it would impact his role organising King Charles III's coronation, the Duke of Norfolk was banned from driving for six months. He was caught by police after he ran a red light while using his mobile phone.

Mike van Erp is trying to make the roads safer, one driver at a time. Motivated by the death of his father (who was killed by a drunk driver), he films and reports distracted drivers and shares his approach with 90,000 YouTube subscribers.

Distracted driving kills thousands every year. If you know someone who drives while distracted, share these simple stats and tips with them.

🚚 What can you do at work? More people are killed or injured in at-work road accidents than in all other workplace accidents put together. If you drive for work, or have colleagues that do, share this driver safety guide with your company.

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Daianna & Robbie

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