“Brad was driving and texting. He blew through a red light and was crushed by a semi-truck. He experienced the dangers of distracted driving first hand.”
OnMyWay incentivizes its users to stay off their phone while driving. Let’s end the distracted driving trend! With over 120 lives saved and over 120,000 car accidents prevented so far, lets keep the momentum going and get to 1,000 lives saved! This is a cause we can all get behind! Download today in the App Store or Google Play to start earning while saving lives!
“Drivers in Idaho are no longer allowed to hold their phones while on the road, even while stopped at a red light or stop sign.
This new law, passed by the Idaho Legislature earlier this summer, became effective July 1. Drivers cannot hold any electronic devices, including phones. Activating GPS, voice-to-text functions and calling are only permitted with voice commands, according to reporting by the Idaho Statesman.
Drivers can hold their phones if their vehicle is stationary and not in a travel lane or if there is an emergency. “
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“SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – Many teenagers are getting back to school, sports, and spending time with their friends.
However, their lack of driving experience can have deadly consequences. Now is good time to remember that vehicle crashes kill more teens than any other cause of death.
When it comes to the rules behind the wheel, it’s a bit like “monkey see, monkey do.” If mom and dad can do it – then so can the teen, so parents need to lead by example.
No cell phones
Driving requires all attention to be on the road – especially for a new driver. Texting and driving do not mix.
Speeding is a factor in almost one-third of all teen crashes.
Passengers can be a major distraction for a teen driver. That is why the State of Utah has the Graduated Driver License rules. Only immediate family members can ride with new teen drivers for the first six months.”
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“A device that’s now being listed on Indiegogo claims it can solve this problem and still let you use the phone while driving without increasing the risk of accidents.
Built as a wireless mobile controller, the device attaches to your steering wheel and then connects to the mobile phone with a USB Type-C cable. This means the wireless connection can be used for other purposes, such as talking on the phone.
The controller allows you to use the phone, such as browsing through its menus, opening apps, and even launching a browser without even touching the screen.
The device comes with three buttons to move and click, scroll, and return, and comes with a built-in bracket to attach it to the steering wheel. It’s made from ABS and features its very-own battery, but given it only uses a USB Type-C connector, it can’t be connected to an iPhone, but only to Android devices.
While the Indiegogo page where the device is supposed to receive crowdfunding support claims you don’t have to look at the phone to interact with it, I seriously doubt it. Given it’s essentially a controller, this device allows you to browse the smartphone’s menus just like you’d do with a finger, so when interacting with apps, there’s no other way to use them other than looking at the screen.
And this is why this device is still a big no-no, despite being based on an interesting idea. Controlling your phone without touching it could be useful in a series of scenarios but doing it while driving is still not recommended unless you’re 100 percent sure you don’t have to look at the screen.”
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#OnMyWay is the ONLY texting and driving solution that pays! In just over 8 months, we have saved over 115 lives and prevented more than 17,000 car accidents. This is a cause we can all get behind! Instead of punishing this behavior, lets incentivize our drivers to change it! Download today in the App Store or Google Play.
The #1 Texting and Driving App has saved over 100 lives and
prevented over 15,000 car accidents — and this is just the beginning.
CHARLESTON, S.C., July. 2, 2020 – It’s official, OnMyWay and its
users hit the remarkable benchmark of 100 lives saved.
OnMyWay is the #1 mobile app that pays users for not texting and
driving. It’s simple; Drive Safe and Get Paid!
Distracted driving has reached epidemic levels, and in fact,
it’s estimated that one third of all car accidents are caused by distracted
driving. While every state in the country has laws on the books to punish those
who text while driving, even the toughest laws don’t seem to stop people from
looking at their phones while they’re on the road.
That’s where OnMyWay comes in. The app rewards you with OnMyWay
Cash for every mile that you do not text and drive. The app works automatically
in the background when your car is moving at over 10 miles per hour. Users are able
to use their maps, music, and Bluetooth and still get rewarded, as long as
their phone is in its locked position.
You also get paid as a passenger and can refer friends, which
will earn you additional OnMyWay Cash for every mile they don’t text and drive.
“OnMyWay believes that by giving our users positive
rewards, we can end this horrific epidemic that is the #1 cause of death for
young people ages 16-25. This just makes sense for our users, our sponsors and
our community… Everybody Wins!” said Chloe
Palmer, Co-founder of OnMyWay.
Save up enough OnMyWay Cash and you can exchange it for
real-life products and services, like Cash Cards, Store Cards, Gas Cards or any
other OnMyWay Cash Deals that rotate weekly.
OnMyWay, based in Charleston, SC, has created a company that
makes a difference and is profitable at the same time, a for-profit company
with a cause.
The company is currently working on sponsorship deals with
universities, insurance companies, health care providers, and employers who
want to motivate their employees and customers to drive safe and get paid.
The company also makes it a point to let users know that they do
not sell users data and only track them for purposes of providing a better
experience while using the app.
The OnMyWay app is free to download and is currently available
on both the App Store for Apple and Google Play for Android. @ OnMyWay; Drive
Safe, Get Paid.