Txt U L8R Spring Program

09 March 2018

Texting while driving has quickly become one of the greatest hazards on the road. It causes 1.6 million car accidents, 330,000 injuries per year, and 7 teen deaths every single day. That's why the University of Vermont Medical Center and the Clinical Simulation Laboratory at the UVM College of Medicine created "TXT U L8R," a unique program designed to discourage individuals from texting while driving. Key elements include a demonstration of an advanced driving simulator, a presentation of a realistic trauma scenario, a testimonial from the victim of an accident caused by a teen driver who was texting, and a demonstration of several smartphone apps designed to prevent texting while driving.

*If you would like to register a large group please call us at 802-847-7222 to register.


Wed, 04/04/2018, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM


University of Vermont Medical Center
UVM Medical Education Pavilion, Sullivan Classroom
Burlington  Vermont  05401

Presented By

Chrissy Keating, Coordinator of Injury Prevention, University of Vermont Medical Center
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Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles
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