Distracted driving means taking your eyes or mind off the road. And it can be deadly.
The NHTSA is a mouthful but it has alot worth chewing over. It stands for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. They are THE authority on driver safety guidelines and regulations in the USA.
They've held distracted driving summits, banned texting and cell phone use for commercial drivers, encouraged states to adopt tough laws, and launched an annual public awareness campaign.
After careful consideration, plenty of research and next-level number crunching, they came up with the following guidelines on WHAT CONSTITUTES SAFE, SOUND DRIVING PRACTICE.
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According to accepted safety standards, LISTENING to music/messages as well as TOUCHING car controls and mobile phone gestures is LEGAL AND SAFE. This is because neither type of activity take significantly from your ability to focus visually on the road and mentally on the task of driving.
So now you've had a chance to digest, don't delay.
Fill up on safe driving, get informed and #getLOUD.
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