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Texting While Driving

How Do Distracted Drivers Physically Respond?

Texting while driving is much riskier than driving while emotionally upset or daydreaming, according to a new study from the University of Houston and the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.

L.A. County Sheriff Updates Driving Policy

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has implemented a new driver safety policy for sheriff’s deputies, in hopes of curbing distracted-driving crashes linked to officers’ use of dashboard computers. Here’s a report from ABC Channel 7 News.

Keep Your Eyes on the Road, Your Hands Upon the Wheel

Multi-tasking while driving has become common and is a major factor in driver distraction. Drivers are multi-tasking because they are required to do more in the same allotted time. Drivers use "windshield time" to talk on the phone, catch-up on e-mails, scan documents while driving to meetings, and eat when running behind schedule.

Texting While Driving: A Major No-No!

Texting while driving, one of the latest forms of driver distraction, poses significant accident risks and has gained the attention of lawmakers developing anti-texting laws.

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