Is That Cell Phone on in Your Vehicle?

by admin | Posted on Thursday, December 7th, 2017

With all the potential distractions you can have when behind the wheel, do you feel safe each time out on the road?

For many drivers, getting from one location to another can be fraught with anxiety. It is not always their driving skills, but those of the many other drivers they shared the road with.

Is That Cell Phone on in Your Vehicle

That said it doesn’t hurt for you to take some time and review your habits when you get into your car or truck.

Are you someone who can get lost to distractions? If so, what are the most notable distractions you find yourself having to deal with?

Don’t Let Distractions End Your Ride

In looking at avoiding distractions, start with what is in your vehicle when behind the wheel.

One of the biggest distractions can be your cell phone.

Sure, you want it with you when driving in the event you have vehicle trouble. You also want it on you because you may be on your way to work or an appointment.

That said it is important that the phone does not take over when it comes to importance. The most important thing in play when driving is you concentrating on the road ahead of you.

So, what to do if you’re getting endless calls, especially when you are at the wheel?

One option when not on the road is to do a reverse cell phone search.

That search allows you to track down where calls are coming from. Although some calls may be wrong numbers, others can be annoying sales pitches. No matter the reason behind the call, you don’t want your phone lighting up when you are in your vehicle.

Now, one may say all you need to do is turn off your phone when driving. Sure, that is the right thing to do, but what if an emergency call is coming your way? Leaving your phone on makes sense more times than not.

Last, don’t assume a hands-free cell phone setup will resolve concentration problems.

The bottom line when talking on the phone while driving is that you do not have 100 percent focus on the road.

As a result, the chances of being in an accident increase. The goal should always be to take or make those phone calls when you are not driving.

Dial-up Setting a Good Example

If you have a teen in the house getting ready to learn how to drive, teach them the dangers of cell phones in vehicles.

Face it; what teen does not like talking on their cell phone? Now, imagine the peril they can be in when trying to talk on the phone and concentrate on the road at the same time.

One of the many reasons that scenario is bad is because teens do not have the driving experience of adults. As a result, their safety and the safety of others sharing the road with them can be drop in a matter of seconds.

With getting behind the wheel, make sure that you are answering the demands of being a safe driver.



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