Distracted driving is not a new danger, but it is a very real one that continues to grow. Every single day, people are hurt or even killed due to an accident directly related to distracted driving. It is not a secret that cell phones and smartphones have played a big role in the increase of distracted driving incidents. What you might not know is that several app developers are working to create ways to help make your phone a tool to fight against distracted driving, rather than a cause of it.
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In , distracted driving was reported in crashes that killed 3, people 8. Even teens who recognize that talking or texting on a cell phone or using social media apps while driving is unsafe, engage in these behaviors anyway. I talk a lot about how social media and app developers use the brain to influence their programs thanks to our internal reward system. Recent studies have shown that behaviors such as texting, social media and frequent notifications trigger our reward system in the brain, causing teens to need that interaction more and more. When it comes to teens and driving, if the brain is thinking about anything other than driving, the ability to react to a potential crash is diminished.
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We respect your privacy. All email addresses you provide will be used just for sending this story. Car crashes are the No. In fact, the fatal crash rate per mile driven for to year-olds is nearly three times the rate for drivers age 20 and older, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Technology can bolster efforts by parents, lawmakers and insurance companies to reduce distracted driving among novice teen drivers, according to a study to be presented Monday, April 27 at the Pediatric Academic Societies PAS annual meeting in San Diego. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of accidental death for teens, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Ebel and her colleagues wanted to find out if technology could reduce distracted driving, high-risk driving events e. They conducted a pilot study of two interventions. The first was an in-vehicle camera system triggered by hard braking, fast cornering or an impact that exceeds a certain g-force.