Driving is one of those activities that require a driver’s full, undivided attention.  Driving while multi-tasking; have a generally higher risk of causing injuries to other as a result from a devastating crash. Distracted drivers are becoming more of a safety hazards not only for themselves but to the other motorist that they get in contact with.

A recent study conducted shows that 6 out of 10 ten crashes resulted from driving distracted are from novice learners. Although distractions are common and some may be unavoidable entirely, they can be managed to prevent from causing further distractions to you.

 

Below is a short clip about the 3 types of Distracted Driving