On a daily basis, people engage in a variety of behaviors while operating their vehicles that place themselves and others in danger. In addition to using cell phones and manipulating electronic devices, many individuals choose to drive while under the influence of intoxicants or illicit drugs.
It’s been found that 660,000 drivers use their cell phones and other devices at any given moment when they should be focused on driving. Due to not placing their attention on traffic flow, signs and lights, pedestrians, and other issues, these distracted drivers may become involved in and/or cause accidents. When these drivers are also operating their vehicles while under the influence of intoxicants or illicit drugs, their driving may become even more distracted or erratic.
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