Distracted Driving

Distracted Driving, including the use of cell phones, is a major contributor to automobile crashes. Between 4,000 and 8,000 crashes related to distracted driving occur daily in the United States alone. In North America, distracted driving contributes to as many as one-half of crashes reported annually. Here are the top ten driving distractions. Top Ten Driving Distractions 1. Cell phone 2. Eating and drinking 3. Fiddling with radio 4. Smoking 5. Reading/Writing 6. Grooming 7. Babies 8. Talking 9. Fiddling with car controls 10. External distractionsOur Top Ten driving distractions list was referenced from AAAPublicAffairs.com.