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Transcript of Distracted Driving
is any activity that could divert a person's attention away from driving.
Statistics & Data
Significance & Impact
- increased risk of car crash and chance of death
- injuries and fatalities of innocent people
#2 Economic Impact
- property damage
- medical bills
- cost of education, policies, and new technology to
prevent such accidents
Estimated annual cost of crashes caused by cellphone use to be
$ 43 billion
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DO YOU AGREE???
Theory of Planned Behavior!!
by Taylor Thomas, Jessica Bang, Christina Kim, and Dana Elder
CSULB, HSC-421, November 12, 2014
In a split second
There are three principal forms of driver distraction:
- when you focus your eyes away from the road. For instance, when you look at someone attractive walking on the sidewalk.
- when you move your hands from the task of controlling the vehicle, such as reaching for a bottle of water.
- when your mind wanders away from the task of driving, such as trying to remember what Falcetti told us in the lecture last Wednesday!
....Texting involves all three!!!
- Lack of impulse control
- Roadside distractions (people,
- Inexperience/ age
- Running late
- Night time driving
- Having phone handy/
*In December 2012, more than 171 billion text messages were sent or received in the US.
*In 2013, nearly 70% of California drivers surveyed said they had been hit or nearly hit by a driver who was talking or texting on a cellphone.
* In 2013, 45% of Californians surveyed said they have made a driving mistake while talking on a cell phone.
*In 2013, nearly 48% of Californians surveyed said that texting while driving is the most serious distraction for drivers.
No one is a perfect driver; half of the people in this room have made a driving mistake because of a distraction.
Just in ONE month!!
*80% of all car accidents and 65% of near misses are caused by distracted drivers more focused on their burgers than the road.
Eating is another form of distracted driving. With the burger, the pickle might fall out and you might reach for that pickle!
- Are you likely or unlikely to text while driving?
- Do you see this behavior as good, neutral, or bad?
- Do you agree that people approve or disapprove of this behavior?
- Do you believe behavior is up to you or not up to you?
Significance & Impact
80% of vehicle crashes involve some sort of driver inattention!!
Texting and driving is
more likely to result in an accident than driving while being intoxicated.
Distracted driving is 100% preventable!!!
, there is crash involving a driver using cell phone
Please, next time,