Most people think they are excellent drivers but others on the road are not. Teens are no exception. Probably because they know it all, yes?
The problem is that if everyone is right about their own exalted driving abilities, it likely means that everyone else on the road is a lesser driver. Which means that you must drive defensively, even if you're an A+ driver. Which means that you cannot be distracted. But not because you're not a good driver. It's because others on the road are bad drivers. Make sense?
Whatever the reason that you need to drive on high alert even if you're a good driver, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration still wants to bring heightened awareness to the fact that, in 2012 alone, 3,328 people died in the United States in distracted driving crashes. That's why they've made a new public safety announcement in the form of a commercial called "U Drive. U Text. U Pay."
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