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Mitch and Savanna Bain are a husband and wife team that have a passion for raising awareness of the distracted driving epidemic. This epidemic is plaguing our roads and is taking 11 lives a day.
They took on this challenge in 2016, but brought more passion to the cause recently when Savanna and 3 of their children were hit by a distracted driver. Savanna and their children were lucky to walk away with minor injuries, and now use this incident as personal evidence that drivers need to use a CellSlip.
After the crash, Mitch found a material that would block every signal to a cellular phone, and shortly after, designed the first CellSlip pouch. Savanna and Mitch want CellSlip in the hands of as many drivers as possible and are confident it will save many lives. Whether you are buying a CellSlip for your teen driver, yourself, or for your organization, we want to thank you for joining us in the mission to save lives!
"Each day in the United States, approximately 11 people are killed and more than 1,000 injured in crashes that are reported to involve a distracted driver."National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Driver distraction is responsible for more than 58% of teen crashes.AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety
37% of your brain is gone when you are dealing with a device while drivingHeidi Deane: Impact Teen Drivers
Sending or reading a text message takes your eyes off the road for about 5 seconds, long enough to cover a football field while driving at 55 mphNational Highway Traffic Safety Administration
26% of ALL car crashes are due to cell phone use while drivingNational Safety Council
Cell phone use while driving account for an estimated 1.6 MILLION car crashes per yearNational Safety Council