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Power down the iPhone before getting in the car. Not sleeping. OFF.

Your life, the lives of other people, and your family's safety and well-being are more important than ANY text. If the phone is turned completely OFF while driving, then you have no chance of RECEIVING a text, and thus no temptation to respond to it (not that you should even be READING texts while driving, let alone sending them!).

Unless you're a driver by profession, the time you spend in a car is typically a miniscule part of your overall day. So whatever it is, it can wait the 15 minutes till you get to where you're going.

You shut your phone off in the movie theatre, don't you? That's around two hours of "off" time. Surely you can do the same in the car.

The life, health and property you save may be your own!
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