According to statistics, on average, every fourth accident in the world is caused by the distraction of the attention of drivers and pedestrians to the conversation, or even surfing the Internet.
Studies shown that 61% of drivers while picking text messages at the wheel, 33% use mail, 28% use the browser, 27% prepare the arrow, Facebook, 27% video on the phone, 17% do agriculture, 14% take photos on Instagram, 10% chat in chat rooms.
Sending or reading messages makes drivers look away from the road, on average, for 5 seconds. When driving at a speed of 80 km per hour, this means that drivers pass the distance to the length of the football field almost blindly. Not surprisingly, the use of smartphones during a 6-fold drive leads to emergency situations than driving under the influence of alcohol.
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