The Harsh Realities of Phone Distraction
In 2019, 41% of daytime drives in the U.S. featured phone distraction; the smartphone is ubiquitous and provides unique challenges for road safety.
CMT’s new report studies the effects of phone distraction while driving, and examines potential solutions to stem the tide of car crashes caused by this ongoing and misunderstood disaster. Included in the report:
- The real scale of distracted driving in the U.S.
- An analysis of the past successes and current efforts in changing road behavior
- A forecast of the scale and cost of mobile distraction if nothing is done today
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