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Pokémon Go is a free game for android or IOS that is location based reality game. The game was just released in July by Niantic and it is taking the nation by storm!
For those unaware, simply put it’s a game that uses your phones GPS to locate where you are when you are playing the game and allows for Pokémon to pop up around you so that you may try to capture them. More captures, more points. The people playing are called trainers. You compete against yourself and others.
What does this have to do with insurance? It’s becoming a source of many accidents! People are playing Pokémon Go while they are driving. According to Nick Jarmusz Wisconsin director of Affairs for AAA, “Trying to catch a Pokémon while behind the wheel is a major distraction and increases your risk for a crash”. Jarmusz went on to say “Put your phone down while driving. Just one quick text or glance to see the next Pokéstop could end up costing you or someone else their life.
Not only is playing while driving dangerous, but people are distracted while they are walking. There are reports of people walking into revolving doors or trees; and this inattentiveness leads to accidents, such as broken ankles, minor concussions, bumps and bruises.
In the quest for the Pokémon, trainers have also been trespassing. People are disregarding common sense and trying to play in places such as the hospitals, court rooms, the Holocaust Museum, and Arlington National Cemetery. Not cool trainers, show some respect.
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