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Learning To Drive. Driving Factors. Inattention. Inattention great enough to cause a crash can result from driving distractions or lack of sleep. Did You Know

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learning to drive

Learning To Drive

Driving Factors

inattention
Inattention
  • Inattention great enough to cause a crash can result from driving distractions or lack of sleep.

Did You Know

Driver distraction and inattention to road and traffic conditions are responsible for 25% to 30% of police- reported traffic crashes. This adds up to approximately 1.2 million crashes every year.

driving distractions
Driving Distractions
  • Distractions are when you:
    • Take your attention away from driving
    • Take your eyes of the road
    • Taking your hands off the wheel
distractions
Distractions
  • Eating, Drinking, Smoking
  • Adjusting the radio, CD player
  • Cell Phones- Hands free or not (DID YOU KNOW)
  • Passengers
  • Searching or moving objects
  • Reading – Writing
  • Grooming
  • Rubbernecking
  • Checking people out
lack of sleep
Lack of Sleep
  • When you are tired, your judgment and vision are impaired.
  • Being awake for 18 hours is equal to a .05 BAC
  • Being awake for 24 hours is equal to a .10 BAC
  • Teens that sleep less than 8 hours a night are at increased risk for automobile crashes

Did You Know NHTSA estimates 100,000 police reported crashes and kills more than 1550 people each year..

Of the 100,000 car crashes linked to falling asleep behind the wheel, almost half involved drivers 15 – 24 years old.

did you know
DID YOU KNOW
  • Research has found normal, undistracted driver fails to an important road event such as another driver making a mistake, 3 % of the time.
  • An adult dialing a cell phone misses the same event 13% of the time.
  • A teenager dialing a cell phone misses it 53% of the time.

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