How To Have A Crash


A survey by the University of Sydney reveals that on average, drivers are distracted once every six minutes.

The research, published n the latest Readers Digest, says that you will increase your risk of having a crash/near crash by:

  • Reaching for a moving object: 8.8 times
  • Reading: 3-4 times
  • Applying make-up: 3.1 times
  • Eating: 1.6 times

80% of crashes involve vehicle inattention, “meaning that rush hour multi-tasking is a ticking time bomb for you and your passengers.”





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