Fighting to End Distracted Driving in the Lowcountry

Peacock Automotive is partnering with the Town of Bluffton and the City of Hardeeville on the Lutzie43 campaign to fight distracted driving in the Lowcountry. We care about the health and safety of everyone in our community and encourage all drivers to take the 43 Key Seconds Pledge. 

  • Clear Head
  • Clear Hands
  • Clear Eyes
  • Click It
  • Now, turn your key

Lisa Sulka, Bluffton Mayor

Lisa Sulka, the Mayor of Bluffton talks about why she signed the 43 Key Seconds Pledge and its significance to the community.

Chris Chapmond, Bluffton Police Chief

Bluffton Police Chief Chris Chapmond discusses the impact of distracted driving, and the importance of a hands-free South Carolina, starting with the 43 Key Seconds Pledge. 

Harry Williams, Hardeeville Mayor

Mayor Harry Williams along with the City of Hardeeville, SC is helping in the campaign to end distracted driving.

Marty Sauls, Farm Bureau Insurance Agent

Farm Bureau Insurance Agent Marty Sauls talks about the dangers of distracted driving and how we can keep our roads safe by going hands free.

Lee Levesque, Bluffton Fire Department Captain

Bluffton Fire Department Captain Lee Levesque encourages everyone to sign the 43 Key Seconds Pledge to prevent distracted driving and to keep the community safe.

Lutzie43 5K race in Bluffton

The annual Lutzie 43 Road Race is held in Marietta, GA and features a 5K race around the area. Hundreds of runners from across the country join together to run in honor and memory of Philip Lutzenkirchen.