These are just a few of the news stories inspired by Erie Insurance’s March 2015 study on Distracted Driving.
Distracted drivers admit making out, fixing hair, relieving themselves
And you thought distracted driving was limited to sending text messages, reading email and talking to fellow passengers. From having romantic entanglements to untangling one’s hair, motorists admitted to engaging in all types of activities unrelated to driving in a newly released survey by Erie Insurance, timed to April as National Distracted Driving Awareness month… Read more.
Source: Chicago Tribune | Becky Yerak | March 30, 2015
Smooching, grooming and selfies join texting as top driver distractions
Romantic encounters, grooming and selfies join texting as top driver distractions, according to a new driver survey. Erie Insurance asked 1,915 drivers age 18 and older what they do behind the wheel… Read more.
Source: The Street | March 26, 2015
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Erie Insurance Survey: Drivers Engaging in Dangerous Behaviors Behind the Wheel
To discourage distracted driving in conjunction with National Distracted Driving Awareness Month in April, Erie Insurance asked drivers what they do behind the wheel. The online survey of 1,915 U.S. drivers aged 18 and older was conducted in February by Harris Poll on behalf of Erie Insurance… Read more.