From Texting to Even Sex: New Survey Shows Driving Habits Worse Than Though
Seat belts, airbags, hands-free driving laws and devices ? they're all designed for the benefit of a responsible driver. But human behavior indicates we are anything but responsible on the roads. New survey results, sponsored by [url=www.jabra.com]Jabra[/url], a world leader in innovative headset and in-car speakerphone solutions, show that despite technology to help keep both hands on the wheel, people are choosing to use their hands elsewhere while driving. The most common harrowing activities include texting, eating, changing clothes, operating GPS systems, yelling at other drivers, and even performing sexual acts while driving.