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Teens admit to weird driving habits in new study

In our last post, we talked about the many ways that someone can be "distracted" while driving. It isn't always as simple as a driver using their cellphone, even though that is essentially what the term "distracted driving" has come to mean in this era of constant connectivity.

The many ways in which someone can drive distracted

"Distracted driving" would seem to have a very specific meaning in today's day and age. With cellphones consuming far too much of our time (and much of our concentration), it would be easy to just reclassify "distracted driving" as "driving while distracted by a cellphone." However, this simply isn't the case. There are far too many ways in which a driver can become "distracted" that don't involve a cellphone.

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