Texting with your voice while driving as dangerous as the old-fashioned way, study shows
0. phoneArena 23 Apr 2013, 04:41 posted on
They placed 43 participants driving on a controlled track, and measured their reaction times during traditional and voice-controlled testing, benchmarked to just driving without any distractions. It turns out that "in each case, drivers took about twice as long to react as they did when they weren't texting," said Christine Yager, who headed the study...
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1. scriptwriter (Posts: 396; Member since: 13 Nov 2012)
Sat-nav. Whether it be built-in or from a mobile device. Millions of cars have it and yet theres no laws govening the interaction with it while driving. Surely Sat-Nav is just as disracting as any other mobile device while in a vehicle.
My point is on this matter, if a police man/women see's you in a vehicle while driving and tapping on a mobile device, how do they know whether your texting or using the sat-nav?
2. buccob (Posts: 2009; Member since: 19 Jun 2012)
the solution to all of this is... practice practice practice.
and don't get caught
3. chocolaking (Posts: 491; Member since: 22 May 2012)
should be texting and driving anyway..
just make the god damn call!
4. jcarrigan (unregistered)
In utah is still legal to hold your phone during a phonecall while driving. and i have seen some truly idiotic driving by all ageas and races of people here. I feel that people should just plainly be arrested if their caught even holding their phone while driving. its a distraction and its going to kill someone and ruin someones day when you rear end someone because you were busy with your phone.