National Safety Council: Understanding the Distracted Brain
While many people understand the increased crash risks caused by drivers texting while driving, the lack of understanding about the dangers of hands-free phones remains a challenge.
Using a cell phone, hands-free or handheld, requires the brain to multitask – a process it is incapable of doing safely while driving.
Virginia Tech Transportation Institute Study
80% of crashes in the study are related to driver inattantion.
National Safety Council: White Paper
Take the next step to understanding the dangers of cell phone use while driving: 4/21/2010 NSC White Paper.