Distracted Driving eBook
80% of crashes and 65% of near-crashes involve some form of driver distraction. The distraction occurred within three seconds of the vehicle crash! Written by Tony Scotti, the eBook discusses Distracted Driving in the context of Kill Zones.Distracted driving is not a new phenomenon, there have been issues since the age of the Model T, whether a driver was eating a sandwich or talking to a passenger. What is new, is a number of activities that cause distracted driving.
- Using a cell phone or smartphone
- Eating and drinking
- Talking to passengers
- Using a navigation system
- Adjusting a radio, CD player, or MP3 player
The best way to end distracted driving is through education, and that is the goal
of this publication, to educate the reader of the Dangers of Distracted Driving.