Distracted Driving

Distracted driving can come in many forms, from texting on the phone to caring for your pet. Some distractions can have greater risks than others. In order to prevent the number of crashes from getting any larger, it is best to be informed and to drive safely without distraction.



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Passenger distractions

These distractions are quite prominent, and can be dangerous to drivers of any age. As more laws against other distractions are passed, passenger distractions could rise to be a major problem.
Phone distractions

These kinds of distractions are also common, especially among teens. Many states have banned the use of cell phones while driving, but using phones and phone accessories, such as bluetooth, are still very dangerous when behind the wheel.
Pet distractions

While not as common as the first two, these kinds of distractions can happen to any pet owner and can be as equally as dangerous on the road.
Food distractions

Food distractions can be a threat to everyone from the morning commuter drinking coffee to the trucker having a bag of chips.


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