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Distracted Driving: More than Just Texting

Posted on 08/14/2013 by Ashley Jones  |  0 Comments

Distracted Driving: More than Just Texting

Ensuring your employees focus on their driving while your company vehicle is in motion isn’t always easy.  Engaging in tasks that require a visual-manual interaction, such as reaching for a phone, dialing and texting, increases the risk of getting into a crash by three times.  80% of all crashes and 65% of near-collisions occur within three seconds of a driver distraction. But it’s not just the cell phone that is causing the distractions.

There are four types of distractions that increase crash risk while driving:

  1. Manual: involves touching something, like dialing a phone or changing radio stations.
  2. Visual: involves looking at something, like a phone display or a billboard.
  3. Auditory: involves listening to something, like a conversation or music.
  4. Cognitive: involves thinking about something.

So the next time your drivers get behind the wheel, make sure they know that distracted driving is more than just texting.

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