The Impact of Anthony's Revolution

The Impact of Anthony’s Revolution

We'd like to share some of the {many} heartfelt comments we've received from those who've signed our Change.org petition... It is words such as these that fuel our inspiration to create change across the nation (and world) on the subject of distracted driving, #BecauseAnthony. While we may be waging war on distracted driving in Florida, our hope is to take this petition nationwide. No one should suffer the loss of their loved one for something as senseless as a text message. We thank you for reading, and we hope you will add your name to our petition and share it with your friends and family. 

I live in Florida. Every day I see people with their phones in their hands too busy texting and not paying attention. They are a danger on the roads. They don't seem to think that they will hurt anyone. My children's lives are more important than that text!!

Belinda K. – Destin, FL

Anthony's life and everyone's life is worth much more than a text or a glance at Facebook.

Yassir R. – Tallahassee, FL

My son is also 19, and I don't want the same thing to happen to him! What a handsome boy Anthony was. Such a nice smile. It's tragic, really really senseless and unforgivable.

Laurie E. – Cotati, CA

As a resident of Florida I'm tired of seeing people driving erratically on i-95 & city streets, because they are busy taking selfies, looking down at their phones, or playing games...My newest pet peeve is the dash mounted cell phone with movies or TV playing for the driver to watch as he/she speeds or weaves along through traffic...These actions are no longer the exception to the rule, they are daily occurrences...Stop the madness, the ignorant need to be removed from the road for the safety of careful drivers...

Louise P. – West Palm Beach, FL

Florida is definitely the scariest state to drive in. I've driven all over the state on my Harley. People tailgate, dial, talk, text and read the paper, all that at 60-80 mph. Many of them at only 15-20 feet behind me. If I had to brake suddenly I wouldn't have a chance. My chances of surviving would be close too zero.

Daniel S. – Bayfield, WI

 

1 Comments

  1. Tedi Wright
    August 19, 2016 at 01:31
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    You are doing so much to try to prevent this sad and avoidable fate from happening to someone else, while your own heartache must be unbearable. Anthony would surely be pleased at the effort you are making in his memory.

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