Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Driving as a secondary activity

I had a conversation today with a women who noted that driving seems to have become a "secondary" activity. That is, drivers are more concerned with technology - cell phones, texting, music on i-pods, etc, or eating, grooming, etc. as primary activities while driving. Is it any wonder that these distractions lead to the act of driving becoming of secondary concern?

Your thoughts?
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