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CarMobility in exclusive deal to offer SafeDrivePod in Germany

CarMobility, the fleet management subsidiary of Volkswagen Financial Services AG, will be the exclusive distributor for Germany of vehicle safety tool SafeDrivePod.

SafeDrivePod are proud to be partnered with Brake, the UK road safety charity

Brake is a national road safety and sustainable transport charity, founded in 1995, that exists to stop the needless deaths and serious injuries that happen on roads every day.

SafeDrivePod blocks smartphone use at the wheel

Press release by FleetEurope: Carmobility, the independent fleet management company of Volkswagen Financial Services introduces SafeDrivePod in Germany.

Europe on the Move: Commission completes its agenda for safe, clean and connected mobility

The Juncker Commission is undertaking the third and final set of actions to modernise Europe's transport system.

Dailymail: Reckless bus driver stared at phone 'for worryingly long periods'

Reckless bus driver is filmed staring at his phone 'for worryingly long periods' on a busy European motorway

ABC: Distracted drivers urged to put mobile phones away, remember safety

Angela Meiklejohn knows only too well the impact of just one glance away from the road. Her 81-year-old mother, Audrey Dow, was just a few streets from her home in the Queensland city of Mackay when another vehicle slammed head-on into her car.

DEKRA Solutions: Smartphones and driving – a hazardous combination

More than half of all smartphone-owning drivers are guilty of regularly operating their gadgets while on the road. This is the result of a recent Forsa survey carried out on behalf of expert organization DEKRA.

SafeDrivePod expands into Italy

SafeDrivePod is expanding into Italy. The Dutch-based tech company, which offers a solution to block smartphone touch screens while driving, previously ventured onto the Belgian and German markets.

Gazelle launches SafeDrivePod device to cancel out distracted mobile phone use

Said to be the first of its kind on the market, Gazelle cites research stating that 77% of Dutch people are against the use of mobile phones while cycling.

Mobile phone use is now leading cause of death behind the wheel

Mobile phone use is now leading cause of death behind the wheel.