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Distracted Driving: How Technology can Help, not Hinder

Distracted Driving: How Technology can Help, not Hinder
Aug. 9, 2010 at Wilde Rover in Kirkland

Many devices in your car—cell phones, GPS, and MP3 players—can be distractions while driving. Linda Ng Boyle of the University of Washington talks about how new technology can help distracted drivers and keep our roadways safer.

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A safe drivings needs concentration.If there are so much to divert your focus and attention and life security will be in danger definitely.I am quite agree to this appealing blog which highlights the reasons behind most of the accidents.
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