As you might already know, cars aren't exactly the safest way to get around.
Based on miles traveled, taking the car is many times more dangerous than taking a train and several times more dangerous than an airplane or bus. Yet we still take the car, right? For convenience—and driving enjoyment, in some cases—it's unbeatable.
And considering safety, there's a lot you can do to help minimize your chances of being in an accident. It's estimated, from federal data, that about 20 percent of all crashes are directly caused by some sort of distraction; that distraction can take a wide range of forms—mostly from things we're not supposed to be doing behind the wheel like eating, texting, or even putting on makeup.
And if you have several somewhat distracted drivers together? That's a recipe for disaster.
Keep your eyes on the road, both hands on the wheel. Here are seven things that you could do to make your time in the car even more dangerous: Whole article here
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