two hands on the wheel
We all have been guilty of the epidemic of being distracted while driving once in our lives. How often does an individual get distracted while driving? At least 1 in 4 of all car collisions involves phone use. The reason for checking our cellphones may be to change a song, text back our friends, check a notification, or simply checking for directions to where we might be heading to. A quick glimpse away from the road can do more harm than we think. Both eyes, both hands, and your full attention should be on the road at all times. Things happen too suddenly and sometimes to quickly to be able to react, thus leading to the collisions that occur everyday. We should not be the driver if there will be any distractions or anything that might impair our driving abilities.
Keeping both eyes, two hands, and your full attention on the road while driving can not only prepare you for unforeseen obstacles or situations on the road but can also save yours and someone else’s life.