The Maryland State Police are asking people to keep their eyes solely on the road. The message comes as April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. On average, 48-percent of crashes in Maryland are related to distracted driving. In fact, well over 43-hundred citations and warnings have been issued because of distracted driving. Motorists are reminded to remember the Move Over Law, never text and drive, and speak up if you see your friends or family members on their phones while behind the wheel.