Help Staying off Your Phone

Jan 01, 2018




Apps to Use to Stay off Your Phone

THEA wants everyone who drives on the Selmon Expressway to take our 30-day challenge and put their cell phones down while driving. It is a dangerous habit, and many of you have already felt that drivers seem “spacier” than they used to be. Your mind literally can not handle the focus needed to simultaneously drive your automobile and pay attention to your phone. Let’s not accept this as the norm. Here are a few apps that will help you stay mobile free while you drive:


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The BreakFree app helps you monitor usage and gives you an “addiction” score. You might be surprised how often you REALLY check your phone. It can disable your notifications and go into a sleep mode during times when you are driving or want to enjoy quality family time.

ATT Drive Mode

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This app silences text messages while you are driving and will auto-reply to them. The app turns on when the car moves and helps you avoid glancing at your phone to check texts.


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Moment helps to teach you how to use your phone less. You set limits on how often you are using your phone, and it will alert you when you are going over your limit.

Reasons to Take the 30 Day Challenge

THEA is putting out the challenge of the year- drive without your cell phone! Many of us have gotten into the routine of using our car as our office or our social hour time to catch up on calls. But being on your phone, even with a hands-free device, is too distracting for your mind. It is tough for your mind to focus on the road and the phone call. Distracted driving leads to car accidents with injuries or worse, fatalities. It is unnecessary! Set a time to make your phone calls, check your emails, and text your friends before you get in the car.

Start the 30 day challenge today! #LoveYourDrive #THEAChallenge #SaferRoads #TheSelmon

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