Gadget made in Boulder could save lives around the world
BOULDER, Colo. -- A tech startup has spent years perfecting technology to help prevent distracted driving deaths, and it could soon be available to all. Scott Tibbitts became fixated with preventing distracted driving in 2009, after a tragic day that came at a crucial time. “I went to visit this guy to talk about what was next after I sold my first company," Tibbits said. "He’d been killed two hours before by a texting teen right outside the parking lot in the intersection I had just driven through.”