Driving Etiquette: Multitasking while Driving

Distracted driving is the leading cause of many vehicle accidents all over the United States. Many of us are accustomed to the daily routine of getting in our cars and onto the road, and yet we forget how often we are placed in daily danger. By multitasking, you are increasing the percentage of an accident leading to a serious injury or even death. No matter how much of an experienced driver you may be, multitasking while driving places you, and others around you, in greater danger. The most common habit while driving is talking your cell phone or texting, however it does not stop there; people have been known to develop bad driving habits such as

Applying make-up, eating, navigating a GPS device, reading , “rubber necking” or being consumed with observing an accident that has already happened, talking or fighting with passengers within their vehicle, among others.

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Safe driving requires your full attention. Be considerate to others around you.