Distracted Driving Awareness Course

In-Vehicle Distractions

In-Vehicle Distractions

Distractions can come from anywhere. Some examples of in-vehicle distractions are:

  • Texting.
  • Grooming – such as applying make-up or shaving.
  • Adjusting the audio system, electronics (GPS) or vehicle controls.
  • Reading.
  • Eating or drinking.
  • Pets traveling in the car with you.
  • Reaching for objects.
  • Passengers.
  • Smoking.
  • Listening to the radio