Get the Free White Paper, 'Understanding the Distracted Brain'
Eighty percent of the people who responded to a National Safety Council survey said they are not aware of the driver distraction and crash risks associated with using hands-free cell phones. NSC recommends policies that prohibit both hands-free and handheld devices while driving to reduce the risk of crashes. Learn why by downloading the free white paper, "Understanding the distracted brain: Why driving while using hands-free cell phones is risky behavior."
This white paper helps the public and employers understand:
- How talking on cell phones – handheld or hands-free – affects our driving
- Why hands-free devices to do not eliminate distraction
- Why it's important to abandon hands-free even though the law permits it
Major talking points include:
- Comparisons between handheld and hands-free devices
- Why hands-free does not lower driver distraction risks
- How inattention blindness affects drivers
- The myths about multi-tasking
- How talking on cell phones affects our vision while driving