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Distracted driving includes things like talking on the phone, texting, reading emails and eating. There are three main types of distraction: visual (not looking at the road), manual (not having your hands on the steering wheel) and cognitive (not thinking about driving). Texting requires all three, making it particularly dangerous. Distracted driving includes things like talking on the phone, texting, reading emails and eating. There are three main types of distraction: visual (not looking at the road), manual (not having your hands on the steering wheel) and cognitive (not thinking about driving).
Texting requires all three, making it particularly dangerous. But, by consistently texting while at the wheel, many individuals act as if text messaging has a small negative effect on driving skill. “I can drive fine while text messaging,” says the. Other Risks to Texting on the Road You Are Probably Breaking the Law: In most states, texting and driving is illegal, so you could get a ticket—and a fine. Your Insurance Could Go Up: If you get a ticket for distracted driving, count on your insurance rates skyrocketing.
More than 3,000 teens die each year in crashes caused by texting while driving (autosafety.com) Cell phones are involved in 1.6 million auto crashes each year that cause a half million injuries and take 6,000 lives Truck drivers are 23 times more likely to be in an accident when texting behind. The danger of texting while driving is three-fold. The opposable thumbs of the Homo habilis may have been an evolutionary leap that enabled the use of tools, but the restriction on the number of hands to two poses a natural restriction on the. The popularity of mobile devices has had some unintended and even dangerous consequences.
We now know that mobile communications are linked to a significant increase in distracted driving, resulting in injury and loss of life. Distracted driving endangers life and property and the current levels of injury and loss are unacceptable. The consequences you’ll face for texting and driving are similar to those you’d get for another one of the most serious driving offenses: DUI. If you’d never drive drunk, then you’d NEVER text and drive—driving with a BAC of just 0.01% increases your chances of causing a car crash by 46%.
While texting and driving is largely associated with teens, many parents and adults in general do it as well. No one, not even an “experienced” driver can safely drive while distracted. Technology to the Rescue.
While technology is a root cause in distracted driving, it can also play a big part in the solution. Previous academic studies—much more scientific than ours—conducted in vehicle simulators have shown that texting while driving impairs the.
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