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Distracted Driving Simulator York Pennsylvania Area

3 Monkeys Inflatables is your Distracted Driving Simulator Specialist for States across the United States including Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey, Ohio, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, and many more.

We all know the dangers of texting or operating other electronic devices while driving. But, many young drivers are not changing their behavior. Due to many requests we've received, 3 Monkeys Inflatables is now offering a unique distracted driving program and simulator for your campus.   With the epidemic of distracted driving, it's critical for the safety of high school and college drivers.

About the Distracted Driving Simulators

The centerpiece of our program is a 6-seat simulator. Having multiple simulators on-site makes the program more meaningful for your student body. Research shows that students change their attitude about driving by participating in a simulator rather than watching other students participate.  The program includes film clips of families affected by distracted driving, a presentation about the realities of distracted driving, and the "Remember Alex Brown Foundation" pledge to be completed at the end of the program if requested. The presentation can be given to a large student body or scaled down for small groups. On a 4-hour day, up to 360 students to experience the simulator. Other companies typically bring a single simulator to your school.  We want to touch the lives of students. Driving while texting or being distracted may be as dangerous as driving with a .08 blood alcohol concentration! Contact us today to book a date for your school, school system, campus, group, or event.

At your request, we can include the dangers of DWI/DUI in the program.

We're currently booking our tour for the 2022-2023 school year for locations up and down the east coast including New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New England, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

Keep in mind the Distracted Driving Simulators are quoted based on your location.  We do not feature pricing for them online because we travel all over the US with the Distracted Driving Simulators and so, therefore, we wouldn't be able to put just one set of prices online as we factor the equipment, the instructor, travel, and lodging all into the price we will send you for your Safety or Community Event.  

*NEW for the 2023 Rental Season*

It's no secret that marijuana use is becoming prevalent across the nation as it legalizes in more and more states. With the widespread use of cannabis we thought it would be beneficial to add a component to our distracted driving and drunk driving program; marijuana impairment goggles. Individuals need to also understand the dangers of driving while under the influence of cannabis and our goal is to educate the same as we do for drunk and distracted driving. If you wish to add the marijuana impairment goggles to your driving education event please specify this at the time of booking so that we can notate it on your order for our intructor. 

Distracted Driving Facts

  • In 2009, 5,474 deaths involving distracted driving. (Source: NHTSA FARS)
  • 448,000 injuries in 2009 involving distracted driving. (Source: NHTSA FARS)
  • 16% of fatal crashes with drivers under 20 were reported to have been distracted. (Source: NHTSA)
  • Drivers who use hand-held devices are 4x more likely to get into an injury crash (Source: Insurance Institute for Highway Safety)
  • Using a cell phone use while driving delays a driver's reaction as much as having a blood alcohol concentration at the legal limit of .08 percent. (Source: University of Utah)
  • The portion of drivers distracted at the time of a fatal crash increased by 57% from 2005 to 2009. (Source: NHTSA FARS)
  • The under-20 age group had the highest proportion of distracted drivers involved in fatal crashes. (Source: NHTSA FARS)

Distracted Driver Simulator Social Distance EventsSocial Distance Suggestion Tips for Distracted Driving can be pretty simple in modifying the setup with the 2 seat setups to be 6 feet or more away from the other 2 seat setups allowing you to fill the room with up 3 sets of seats 6 feet apart for your participants.  The wheels, gears, and seats are easy to wipe down in between participants with a 30-second turnaround for participants.  We do suggest all participants have an anti-bac table that they use prior to taking their turn on the seats and after their turn.  

Distracted Driving Simulator 2 Seat
Distracted Driving Simulator 2 Seat


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Distracted Driving Simulator
Distracted Driving Simulator


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Distracted Driving Simulator 4 Seat
Distracted Driving Simulator 4 Seat


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Distracted Driving Simulator 6 Seat
Distracted Driving Simulator 6 Seat


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Drunk Driving Impairment Education Package
Drunk Driving Impairment Education Package


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