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- Eyes on the road: Searching for answers to the problem of distracted driving
A new study by IIHS and Virginia Tech helps clarify the risk of cellphone use behind the wheel and offers insight into other distracting behaviors that drivers engage in.
- SIDEBAR | The self-correcting nature of science
IIHS and HLDI President Adrian Lund describes how our understanding of the problem of distracted driving is evolving.
- Defining distraction: It's not just cellphones
Cellphones have become synonymous with distracted driving, but driver distraction was an issue long before they came along.
- Technology that pays attention to the road when drivers don't
Technology that can intervene when drivers aren't paying attention offers a potential solution to the problem of distracted driving.
- Measured success: Bans reduce phone use but what about crashes?
Even with strong enforcement, bans on handheld phone use and texting aren't reducing crashes reported to insurers, a new HLDI analysis shows.