Getting support from EMS Providers

Well, we've started this week to contact via email many EMS providers. The whole idea is to get a copy (usually a Kindle/PDF) version of The Careless Driver and validate their efforts to save lives and reduce human trauma from disasters such as car wrecks, fires and floods.

Each EMS will be guided to a website where they can download or read online the entire text. They will also see that there is legislative action in the form of two well written bills* that if enacted will no doubt over time greatly lower the number of deaths from auto and truck collisions.

My time spent as a chauffeur has come full cycle in that I can not only provide expert coaching and instruction for motorists but I have taken surveys from many of my passengers and published the sample data from interviews with them.

*Senate Bills


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