You can always tell if the guy ahead of you is trying to text and drive at the same time, right?  They’re either driving 20 miles below the speed limit or swerving all over the place.

A Facebook friend sent me this picture and I found a government agency report (below) to match it.  Keep your eyes open and watch out for these people! – Dr. Rob

FCC Consumer Advisory

The popularity of mobile devices has had some unintended and even dangerous consequences. We now know that mobile communications is linked to a significant increase in distracted driving, resulting in injury and loss of life. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported in 2008 that driver distraction was the cause of 16 percent of all fatal crashes — 5,800 people killed — and 21 percent of crashes resulting in an injury — 515,000 people wounded. According to AAA, nearly 50 percent of teens admit to texting while driving.  Full Report & Helpful Tips Here