Doral is the premier location in South Florida to live, work, learn and play. Rated by Business Week magazine as the best city in Florida for a business startup; Forbes.com put Doral in second place among America’s top 25 towns to live well in and U.S. News & World Report rated Doral the third best retirement location.

With 250 corporate headquarters and 100 multinational corporations, Doral means business. In addition, the city is home to the Miami Free Zone, one of the largest privately owned and operated foreign trade zones in North America.

Our population is highly diverse and well educated, with more than 96% having completed high school and more than 55% with bachelor’s degrees. In addition, 90% of Doral’s residents are multilingual and every public and charter school in Doral has received an “A” rating.

Doral has over 121 acres of parks, playgrounds, ball fields and recreational facilities. Our great recreational programs have earned the Playful City USA award every year since 2010.

We invite you to visit our city, experience everything we have to offer and discover how you can live, work, learn and play in Doral.

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Teen driver crashes are the leading cause of death for our nation’s youth. The overwhelming majority of these crashes are caused by inexperience or distractions, not “thrill-seeking” or deliberate risk-taking.

10 TIPS TO AVOID DISTRACTIONS
  • Fully focus on driving. Do not let anything divert your attention, actively scan the road, use your mirrors and watch out for pedestrians and cyclists.
  • Store loose gear, possessions and other distractions that could roll around in the car, so you do not feel tempted to reach for them on the floor or the seat.
  • Make adjustments before you begin your trip. Address vehicle systems like your GPS, seats, mirrors, climate controls and sound systems before hitting the road. Decide on your route and check traffic conditions ahead of time.
  • Finish dressing and personal grooming at home – before you get on the road.
  • Snack smart. If possible, eat meals or snacks before or after your trip, not while driving. On the road, avoid messy foods that can be difficult to manage.
  • Secure children and pets before getting underway. If they need your attention, pull off the road safely to care for them. Reaching into the backseat can cause you to lose control of the vehicle.
  • Put aside your electronic distractions. Don’t use cell phones while driving – handheld or hands-free – except in absolute emergencies. Never use text messaging, email functions, video games or the internet with a wireless device, including those built into the vehicle, while driving.
  • If you have passengers, enlist their help so you can focus safely on driving.
  • If another activity demands your attention, instead of trying to attempt it while driving, pull off the road and stop your vehicle in a safe place. To avoid temptation, power down or stow devices before heading out. Drivers should use caution while using voice-activated systems, even at seemingly safe moments when there is a lull in traffic or the car is stopped at an intersection, because potentially dangerous distractions can last longer than most drivers expect.
  • As a general rule, if you cannot devote your full attention to driving because of some other activity, it’s a distraction. Take care of it before or after your trip, not while behind the wheel.
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