In our last blog, we discussed the dangers of distracted driving and its alarming related figures in the United States. You know that distracted driving can have detrimental consequences, but did you know that they can extend to your driving record and pocketbook?
In a society where we're attached to our smartphones, tablets, and other fancy gadgets, it's easy to continue our digital engagement habits when we get behind the wheel. But that "On my way" text message or quick bite to eat on the way back to the office can quickly turn disastrous. Distracted driving is performing other tasks that could potentially distract a driver from the primary task of operating the vehicle. Examples of distracted driving include: