There are now more crashes related to texting and driving than drinking and driving. In fact, 80 percent of all crashes involve some form of driver distraction. In an effort to address this pressing issue, Friday morning at the offices of Perfect Transportation in Indianapolis, the Indiana Motor Truck Association (IMTA) came together with state officials and leaders, including The Office of the Attorney General, Indiana State Police, Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles, Indiana Department of Revenue and Indiana Department of Transportation to unveil a new campaign and a new Indiana specialty license plate aimed at increasing awareness of distracted driving in Indiana. The new plate reads, “Put the Phone Down,” and its goal is to keep Indiana drivers’ eyes on the road and not on their phone. Proceeds from the license plate will go to IMTA-sponsored safe driving programs in Indiana such as the Save a Life Tour, an all-day multimedia event which sheds light on the dangers of distracted driving. The immersive learning experience features “no-holds-barred” video, interactive driving simulators and speaking presentations. Since 2008, the Save a Life Tour has visited 150 military installations in the U.S. and overseas, as well as more than 1,500 colleges and universities and 600 high schools across the country.