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These visual distractions pull on us in more ways than we realize.
22, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Potentially unsafe mental distractions can persist for as long as 27 seconds after dialing, changing music or sending a text using voice commands, according to surprising new research by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.
In the introduction, Hallowell writes that ADT in the workplace is caused by one or more of the six most common distractions, which he calls screen sucking, multitasking, idea hopping, worrying, playing the hero, and dropping the ball.
Sergeant Paul Mountford, of Merseyside Police's roads unit, said: "It seems many people still do not understand the dangers It seems still do not the dangers mobile phone distractions driving Sergeant Paul Merseyside of using a mobile phone, other handheld devices or other distractions while driving.
An RAC Foundation survey has shown that 91% of parents say they have been distracted by their children while driving, and a further 7% said these distractions have led to accidents.
The Distraction Zone game is specifically designed to reinforce key safe driving behaviors like avoiding distractions, being alert, and slowing down when approaching highway work zones.
com, added: "Raising awareness of driving distractions is important to improve the level of road safety in the UAE, and hence, we are very excited to work with Zurich on this important initiative.
However, eight out of 10 respondents believe that they are efficient at their job, despite the distractions.
However, eight out of 10 respondents believe that they are efficient at their job, despite the distractions, according to the 'Distractions at Work in the Mena' poll, recently conducted by Bayt.
Distractions such as mobile phones are proven to severely impair driving ability.
The new technology will only add to the distractions, he warned.