Commuter Awareness & Responsibility in Metro Areas
How? Through CARma Green Driving Techniques; small, healthy changes in our driving habits that will immediately reduce wrecks and help synchronize traffic flow. We're committed to protecting lives, lungs, and livelihoods: reducing wrecks, fuel consumption, toxic emissions, and commute time
Why JOIN, learn and share? Because your life, lungs and livelihood is at risk. Consider over 70% of our poisonous gridlock is a result of illegal, agressive dirving behaviors and distractions that trigger unecessary bottlenecks and injurious wrecks.
> ease the pace
> leave some space
> encourage the merge
> heavy traffic (don't race into gridlock to waste your brakes and fuel)
Please remember these Laws when on the highway:
Want to do your part? You're invited to JOIN US. By becoming a CARma member, you'll learn more about driving the CARma way and doing your part to u-n-l-o-c-k Gridlock. Intrigued? To find out more, click on the JOIN US link on the left side of this page. Your participation will help us send a strong message to the Governor and Mayor to support CARma's education and enforcement campaign efforts.
Through consistent driver education campaigns CARmaTM will reduce:
Ä unnecessary, minor accidents that cause 50+% of our gridlock
Ä sudden, mystery "accordion pile-ups" which trigger massive delays
Ä toxic auto emissions poisoning our children, environment and future
Ä commuting cost - saving 30%+ through safer driving
Ä daily commuting time 10-20% - less time driving, more time living
Responsibility? What does 'responsibility' have to do with unlocking
gridlock? Responsible driving is your key to helping u-n-l-o-c-k gridlock.
So, the CARma campaign is based upon these 3 easy steps we
can all practice on our daily commute:
ease the pace > leave some space > encourage the merge
Please take a moment to explore (and please Forward) the it's CARmaTM site to learn how we can all help u-n-l-o-c-k gridlock, protect our families, reduce pollution and save money.
Improve Fuel Efficiency - http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/drivehabits.shtml
Increase MPG to decrease fuel consumption.