Teenage driving and their own practices were the primary problems of the study spearheaded by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. Aptly known as Distracted Driving Among Newly Licensed Teen Driver. In this specific study, a video recorder was installed inside the car to keep an eye on and determine the cause of potential accidents where teen drivers are involved. Automobile accidents are the very known cause of death among teenagers nowadays.

Among the visible things that were discovered by AAA throughout the study, actions behind the wheel were showcased. What exactly they conduct whilst driving hampers their capability to concentrate. A number of them use their cell phones to call and text, others are very busy making themselves lovely by applying makeup and other stuff. It was also determined that one of the frequent reasons for distraction is trying to find stuffs inside their vehicle while driving.

It is undeniable that some of the devices owned by teens are considered to be one of their distractions while they are driving a vehicle. 70% of all teenage drivers were found accountable of doing this huge driving mistake. In addition to that, older teens also make similar mistake.

It was discovered that female teen drivers are more likely to use electronic devices than their male counterparts. Additionally, female teens act much more badly while driving as compared to guys. The activities they perform include eating, drinking and getting other stuff. Thus, a major contributing factor is gender.

It is so remarkable that this study has discovered that when teens have somebody old in the automobile, they don’t do something crazy. Teens tend to fix their own eyes on the wheel more when accompanied by an adult individual. Nonetheless, this reduction in distracting activities just happens when there is an adult and the opposite thing happens when they have somebody that’s of the same age as them.

You shouldn’t be amazed about the results of this study. Accidents that happened because of distracted driving have raised. We’d like to give a round of applause to people who are giving their best to at least lessen distracted driving habits on South Florida. Academicians and state lawmakers typically make up this group of individuals. However, there is still quite a distance to go when it comes to enhancing safety on the road and enacting the motorists to drive safely.

Victoria Pynchon is an attorney-mediator and arbitrator. She is also a principal in the She Negotiates Consulting and Training firm for which her blog “She Negotiates” is named. In addition to writing for the Forbes.com legal blog “On the Docket,” Pynchon also authored the book “A is for A**hole, the Grownups' ABCs of Conflict Resolution.