The Distracted Driving Epidemic Isn’t Only for Teens: Parents Are Guilty Too
With April being Distracted Driving Awareness Month, we are extra focused on promoting safe driving practices for all ages. We hope to be a part of the solution in preventing the over 3,000 avoidable deaths that happen each year as a result of distracted driving.
While other companies ,– like AAA — have reports identifying the rise in distracted driving, we were able to uniquely leverage our unrivaled location technology and largest source of driving data in the world, to take a closer look at the makeup of distracted driving across the U.S. to identify where (and with whom) improvement is needed most.
The most surprising? Teens are only six percent more likely to use their phones while driving than their parents, meaning that parents were hardly better than their teens when it comes to distracted driving.
At Life360, location is always top of mind. So we also looked at which cities and states had the most distracted drivers. Take a look at the findings in the full report – did your city or state make the list?
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See report here: life360-distracted-driving-report-032918-2-1