"DNT TXT N DRV” ("Don’t Text and Drive") is a safety saying that has been printed on many different items. The state of California created the “DNT TX N DRIVE” safety saying and publicized it in September 2007.
“Don’t Text and Drive” has been cited in print since at least August 2006.
Don’t Text And Drive
Thursday, August 31, 2006 | By Biz Stone (@biz) [16:22 UTC]
Today’s news about a kid in Michigan who smashed into a police car because he was texting while driving is a sobering reminder: Don’t text and drive. Twitter responsibly.
14 September 2007, Kansas City (MO) Star, “Nation in Brief,” pg. A7:
A message from California to its 16- and 17-year-olds: Dnt txt n drv.
Lincoln (NE) Journal Star
North Star campaigns: DNT TXT N DRV
October 17, 2009 11:45 pm By MARGARET REIST
Ask a group of North Star High School student council members whether they’ve texted when they’re behind the wheel, and the answer is unanimous, if slightly sheepish.
The students contacted State Farm, which gave them $1,500 and advice on the campaign. Performance Dodge gave them $300.
With that money, they’ve made T-shirts, banners and posters and ordered 10,000 wristbands.
Everything carries the same slogan: Arrive Alive. DNT TXT N DRV.
New York (NY) Times
Dnt Txt N Drv
By OPRAH WINFREY
Published: April 24, 2010
But we are hesitant to change. I saw this firsthand when I instituted a policy at my company that forbids employees from using their phones for company business while driving. I heard countless stories about how hard it was for people to stop talking and texting while driving. Everyone is busy. Everyone feels she needs to use time in the car to get things done. But what happened to just driving?
Word Mark DNT TXT N DRV R.A.B. REMEMBER ALEX BROWN
Goods and Services IC 041. US 100 101 107. G & S: Educational services, namely, conducting conferences, seminars, training courses, workshops and programs in the field of preventing texting while driving and distribution of course and educational materials in connection therewith . FIRST USE: 20091115. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 20091115
Mark Drawing Code (3) DESIGN PLUS WORDS, LETTERS, AND/OR NUMBERS
Design Search Code 07.11.07 - Highways with lines or dividers; intersections (roads) with lines or dividers; Roads with lines or dividers; Streets with lines or dividers
16.01.08 - Telephones
18.11.25 - Battery carrier trays for automobiles; Belts, safety, vehicle; Brakes (automobile); Car seats, baby; Clutches, vehicles; Gear shifts, vehicle; Grills (automobile); Head lights, vehicle; Hitches, (trailers); Horns (vehicular); Jacks (vehicle); Kick stands (bicycle); License plates; Lights, auto; Lights, bicycle; Mirrors, vehicle; Pedals (vehicular); Porthole; Racks, (automobile); Radiators, vehicle; Sails; Seat belts, vehicle; Stick shifts (automobile); Windshields (vehicular)
24.17.16 - Prohibition symbol; Universal prohibition symbol
26.01.21 - Circles that are totally or partially shaded.
Serial Number 85268157
Filing Date March 16, 2011
Current Basis 1A
Original Filing Basis 1A
Published for Opposition November 8, 2011
Registration Number 4090053
Registration Date January 24, 2012
Owner (REGISTRANT) Remember Alex Brown Foundation FOUNDATION TEXAS PO Box 55 Wellman TEXAS 79378
Attorney of Record Christina F. Johnson
Disclaimer NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT TO USE “DON’T TEXT AND DRIVE” APART FROM THE MARK AS SHOWN
Description of Mark The color(s) orange, black, white, and gray is/are claimed as a feature of the mark. The mark consists of an orange circle with a thick, black border superimposed by a gray road with a white center line that is superimposed by a white cell phone with black outlining; a black diagonal line superimposes the orange circle and the cell phone, forming an unbuckled seatbelt in black with white lining for the buckle; the literal element “DNT TXT N DRV” appears in black in an arc above the circle; the literal element “R.A.B.” appears in gray superimposed over the bottom of the circle and the literal element “REMEMBER ALEX BROWN” appears in black underneath the literal element “R.A.B.”.
Type of Mark SERVICE MARK
Other Data The name(s), portrait(s), and/or signature(s) shown in the mark does not identify a particular living individual.
Live/Dead Indicator LIVE