Monday, October 17, 2011
USA Today reported that "Despite a four-year national campaign against distracted driving, a majority of parents admit being distracted by cellphones or other electronic devices — even while teaching their children to drive." According to a survey by State Farm, "53% of parents admitted being distracted by the devices at least once while they were teaching their teens to drive. Teens surveyed put the number higher: 61% said their parents were distracted while helping them learn to drive." Read more.