Phone-Using Motorists Knowingly Disregard the Danger

 

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Nearly 58 percent said talking on a cellphone while driving is a very serious threat to their safety, while 78 percent said texting is a significant danger. Yet nearly half of the respondents said. March 29, 2018 Phone-using drivers knowingly ignore the danger (HealthDay)—Even though they know it’s dangerous, many American drivers. THURSDAY, March 29, 2018 Even though they know it’s dangerous, many American drivers still talk on a cellphone or text while behind the wheel, a new survey finds.

In fact, the number of drivers who say they talk regularly or fairly often on their cellphone while driving. THURSDAY, March 29, 2018 (HealthDay News) Even though they know it’s dangerous, many American drivers still talk on a cellphone or text while behind the wheel, a new survey finds. In fact, the number of drivers who say they talk regularly or fairly often on their cellphone while driving has actually risen 46 percent since 2013, the pollsters say. THURSDAY, March 29, 2018 (HealthDay News) Even though they know it’s dangerous, many American drivers still talk on a cellphone or text while behind the wheel, a new survey finds. In fact, the number of drivers who say they talk regularly or.

Why Phone-Using Drivers Knowingly Ignore the Danger April 5, 2018 by HealthDay News Even though they know it’s dangerous, many American drivers still talk on a cell phone or text while behind the wheel, a new survey finds. “As the number of distractions behind the wheel increases — from the latest phone apps to in-vehicle technology — it is important that we better educate drivers on the dangers of distraction,” said Jake Nelson, AAA director of traffic safety advocacy and research. “There is a disconnect between what drivers do and what they believe. THURSDAY, March 29, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Even though they know it’s dangerous, many American drivers still talk on a cellphone or text while behind the wheel, a new survey finds. In fact, the number of drivers who say they talk regularly or fairly often on their cellphone while driving has actually risen 46 percent since 2013, the pollsters say.

“As the number of distractions behind the wheel increases — from the latest phone apps to in-vehicle technology — it is important that we better educate drivers on the dangers of distraction,” said Jake Nelson, AAA director of traffic safety advocacy and research. “There is a disconnect between what drivers do and what they believe. More than 2,600 licensed drivers, aged 16 and older, were questioned for the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety survey. Nearly 58 percent said talking on a cellphone while driving is a very serious threat to their safety, while 78 percent said texting is a significant danger.

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Further, it is suspected that even when investigated, mobile phone use is underreported, because reporting involves drivers admitting to something inappropriate.

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• Cell phones should not be used by the driver at all.

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Despite awareness campaigns and lawmaking by the authorities, millions of drivers use their mobile phones while driving (0.66 million drivers do so at any time of the day in the USA [6]) every day, which reduces their attention from the road putting others at risk.

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The best solution today is to require that drivers pull over and stop while using a cell phone.

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While the data are still sketchy on the risks, driving while using a cell phone is clearly enough of a distraction to degrade the driver’s performance.

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Mobile phones impose potential threat to the safety of the drivers.

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Both methods of cell phone use divert a driver’s attention away from driving safely.

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Since no immediate danger appeared, the driver develops the impression that texting is not dangerous and that he or she is capable of controlling the car and the phone simultaneously—probably without reflecting on the current demand of the road situation.

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Using a cellular phone when driving or reading or sending text messages has become a traffic safety hazard because the driver has to concentrate on several things at the same time (Strayer et al. 2006).

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The source of the problem lies in the capacity demanded by the phone conversation, and not whether the driver is holding on to, looking at, or manipulating the phone (e.g., Strayer & Johnston, 2001).

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  • Brilliant brilliant brilliant he is multi skilled unlike you cyclist we need a prime minister like Donald trump to deal with these lycra louts

  • What a disgraceful piece of driving from someone who has no respect for anyone else on the road. Having a baby on board notice in his back window, that is if it refers to any offspring of his, he is asking that other road users look out for his children, whilst putting the lives of other parents children in peril. He is obviously selfish,greedy and downright dangerous, there should be no place in this society for him. Keep up the good work in bringing this type of human excrement to the attention of the public. Ride safe.

  • Sadly There will be plenty of daily hate readers out there who will defend the driver and say it was your fault he was on the phone

  • People in this country really are stupid, aren’t they? No need to worry about our kids and loved ones when they’re out driving. Nearly 30,000 deaths per year on our highways (10 times 911) every year and almost all of them caused by carelessness, inconsiderate behavior and stupidity, every year, every year, every year, every year, every year, every year!!! Every year, every year, every year!!! Every year, every year, every year!!!

    Bill Maher was right!! We are a stupid group of people. Jmt

  • A motorcyclist uploaded a video of this car (SW11 AVU) being driven erratically over London Bridge at 9:30am on 21 November 2016… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qejv2g_Q_0w

  • hahaha he probably can’t afford road tax after that many phones. but boy he was on it, ever heard of conference call where you can merge multiple calls into one?

    hahaha you should’ve told the police in front, they would have never believed you but their reaction would’ve been great!

  • Not a very Smart drug dealer, that’s an easy way to draw attention to yourself especially when one has much too hide.
    Obviously a man who has very little to loose except his Liberty.
    I hope you spoke to the old bill in that van! He deserves to get Bummed by the Law.

  • This adverts not very good. Has no shock factor. You cut out the crash to save money on the ad therefore missing the whole point of shocking people into making changes. Poor show.

  • once in a while, police should station themselves at certain spot, and nab those careless drivers!! higher summons should be given, plus creating demerit point system to record all drivers + riders on the road!! those drivers/riders with bád records, their licence should be revoked…

  • theres a police van right there you should have told them!!!!

    he came up to close tot he cyclist bwehind you, passed you too close and had THREE phones!!!
    his vehicle is untaxed, he doesnt care about a single law in existance!!!
    id be willing to bet he is a drug dealer

  • You can’t just say phone… it’s tablets also that are very dangerous for people to use while driving. Both should be banned from using while driving in all states. Surprisingly only a handful of states actually have banned them from being used while driving.

  • shame to cops are too lazy to bother reporting this to, if they weren’t this would not happen in the first place! Which can first, lazy cops or crap drivers? My guess is lazy cops, cars are relatively new on the scene!

  • Please report it. Simples.

    If you don’t report it (because “the police aren’t interested”), YOU get the flak and the aggro and that’s daft.
    If you report it, and as a matter of record, the police show no interest, then THEY get the flak. You’ve done your best?

    Mind you, with such flagrantly bad driving, it’d be nice to think the police, CPS, and courts might just break the habits of a lifetime? Sad thought they might just think about it; after all the driver’s not your typical white, male, pot-bellied, collar-and-tie, pillar-of-society Audi b*st*rd.

  • People who use there phones while driving deserve to die in an accident they cause.
    They’re a constant menace to society worldwide the parasites grrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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  • Don’t forget defective brake light in the list of offences… I’d have certainly stopped beside the police van and just asked if I could make them aware of him, if they decline then you ask what station they are based at and phone their sergeant to enquire why they don’t react to reports of crime.