Distracted driving is driving while engaged in other activities which include using a cell phone, texting, eating, or reading. Activities such as these take the driver’s attention away from the road. Distractions while driving can be separated into three distinct groups: visual, manual, and cognitive. Visual distraction involves taking one’s eyes off the road while manual distraction involves taking one’s hands off the wheel.
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