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Is distracted driving a world-wide problem?

Posted by Scott Stueber on Apr 23, 2013 10:16:00 AM

describe the imageHave you ever hit the brakes so hard that you felt like your foot was going through the floor? Different traffic situations can stop you in your tracks immediately. Imagine your teen driver in this situation ... having to do this after they look up after sending a text message. Reaction time is significantly reduced when driving distracted. Remember that at 60 mph a car will travel approximately 100 ft per second.

In dedicating my blog this month to distracted driving, I began to wonder if distracted driving is a world-wide problem or just a problem in the United States. Unfortunately, it is a worldwide problem.

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Topics: Distracted Driving, Teen Safety

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