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A Practical Demonstration of the Dangers of Texting and Driving

I have written several times about the dangers of texting and driving. The studies clearly demonstrate that a person is more distracted when they text and drive. They have more difficulty staying in their lane of travel. They are more likely to rear-end a car slowing in traffic, and are less likely to see children entering the road.

 

I have written several times about the dangers of texting and driving. The studies clearly demonstrate that a person is more distracted when they text and drive. They have more difficulty staying in their lane of travel. They are more likely to rear-end a car slowing in traffic, and are less likely to see children entering the road.

The New York Times has created a game that demonstrates the difficulties encountered while texting and driving. I have attached the link to this post. I encourage you to try the game, and then try it with your kids. I was surprised at how hard it was, and it confirmed once again that texting and driving do not mix.
For more information about texting and driving, or if you have been injured as a result of someone texting and driving, contact me at dgahnz@lawtoncates.com.
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