Editor’s Note: Guest Author Himanshu Madhan is a technology enthusiast interested in analysing and reporting about different technologies.
It takes only seconds to send a text. That may not seem like a long time, but when your eyes are off the road and focused on your phone, the consequences can be deadly. With as many as 60% of drivers using cell phones while on the road people seem to think that they can handle multitasking while driving. Unfortunately, the statistics show that not always the case. More often so many people’s texting while driving and being very lethal to lead mayhem. Nobody knows where dead point is when texting and driving performed together. A person should wait to do texting when they are not behind the wheel of a moving vehicle that clearly demands all of their attention and not divided attention between the road and an electronic piece of technology. Practice safety first and save lives to redirect us at a safe situation. In order to make you all better understand, the fine folks at CarInsurance.org comes up with an infographic that let you understand better by stating, “The Dangers of Texting and Driving.”
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