Distracted driving is a deadly behavior. Federal estimates suggest that distraction contributes to 16% of all fatal crashes, leading to around 5,000 deaths every year.A recent AAA Foundation in-car study showed that teen drivers were distracted almost a quarter of the time they were behind the wheel. Electronic devices, such as texting, emails, and downloading music, were among the biggest distractions, accounting for 7% of the distractions identified on the study video. Distracted driving is probably the act of driving while engaged in other activities—such as looking after children, texting, talking on the phone or to a passenger, watching videos, eating, smoking, shagging, necking or reading. These activities take the driver’s attention away from the road. All distractions compromise the safety of the driver, passengers, bystanders and those in other vehicles. Distracted driving is something that shouldn’t be taken as a something small. We have to do something about it before it gets out of hand with more car crashes a year or worse a month.
To summarize, Driving distracted is a bug issue in this time. It is something that is killing people and injuring many others. Yet people are still doing all of the distractions. When you put it like that, it seems like people are stupid enough to do all that but the thing is that no one thinks that they’ll ever crash. Until that one day they get pulled over or crash in someone or something. I