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The lasting effects of mental distraction pose a hidden and pervasive danger that would likely come as a surprise to most drivers," said Peter Kissinger, President and CEO of the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
Driven to Distraction at Work: How to Focus and Be More Productive by Edward M.
MORE than 300 people have been injured in crashes on Merseyside where distraction - including the use of a mobile phone - has been listed as a major factor.
MORE than 90% of parents admit they are driven to distraction by their children and could be at risk while driving.
0 SUNDERLAND boss Gus Poyet last night insisted the FA Cup is not a distraction for his Premiership side.
In an effort to fight distracted driving and raise public awareness during National Teen Driver Safety Week, October 19-25, the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is joining with the Office of Traffic Safety and California Highway Patrol to launch an interactive, mobile and online game called Distraction Zone that helps educate teen drivers about safe driving.
The behaviour of other road users ranked as the biggest distraction for UAE motorists, with 59% citing it as their number-one concern.
CHILDREN in the car are the number one distraction for drivers, according to the latest survey of 1,500 drivers by motoring charity IAM and Vision Critical.
A number of authors have highlighted the apparent overlap between experiential avoidance and the suppression of, or distraction from, psychological content, the latter of which also appears to correlate with psychological ill-health.
More than half the respondents in the Mena region find distraction at work to be a big problem, a recently conducted poll by Bayt.
More than half of respondents to a survey in the Mena region said distraction at work is a big problem, adding that social media sites were the worst at snatching attention away from work.