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Let Your Teenager See the Dangers of Texting and Driving Through the Safety of Virtual Reality

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We don’t mean to be alarmist, but this could save your teenagers life.

Please check out AT&T’s It Can Wait virtual reality program.  It very well could change how they drive and use social media.

The display is in the basement in the right rear corner (right next to the sanitation street sweeper).  This one interactive exhibit is worth the price of admission to the New York International Auto Show.

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Plus, your teenager will be asked to sign a voluntary pledge not to text and drive. They can even receive a photo documenting their pledge.

For ticket and show information, TAP here.

For our coverage last year, TAP here and here.

For some more travel idea in New York, see our article on Coney IslandCity IslandStatue of Liberty, and 4 New York Staycation ideas.

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Perhaps, you will want to see Bruce Springsteen on Broadway.

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