THINK YOU CAN TEXT AND DRIVE?

Try this simulation.

New studies show that drivers overestimate their ability to multitask behind the wheel. This game measures how your reaction time is affected by external distractions. Regardless of your results, experts say, you should not attempt to text when driving.

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1 Response to THINK YOU CAN TEXT AND DRIVE?

  1. bogsidebunny says:

    About the only thing I do while operating my car, beside paying 100% attention and driving is I occasionally let a fart go. I keep my $19 “LG flip” TracPhone in my pocket and if I see a wreck or other life alter event while cruising down the road I wait for a safe place to pull off the road, shut the engine off, turn on my 4-way flashers if necessary, go into the local diner, have a sandwich and large sweet tea. By that time I’ve had a senior moment and totally forgotten the 7 car flaming pile-up and I proceed on my way to my destination

    The Millennials and most teens will look at this, laugh and continue their game of chance. I wouldn’t mind see Mr. Darwin taking care of business, but there are innocent people’s lives at stake at well.

    Solution: Get caught texting while operating a motor vehicle….9mm to the skull while still in the driver’s seat….No questions, No warning issued. And charge the person’s family to have the car towed to their driveway with the body still behind the wheel.

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