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Distracted Driving Simulators Save Lives

Posted on behalf of Edwards Law Firm on Mar 06, 2015 in Auto Accidents

Distracted driving simulator

Do you drive distractedly? Are you texting, talking on the phone, eating or doing anything else that diverts your attention from the road?

Furthermore, when you take your eyes off the road or are distracted from the primary task of driving, how much are you missing? 

A Crash Course in Distracted Driving Dangers

Thanks to technology, drivers are getting a crash course in the dangers that negligent and distracted driving pose behind the wheel.

Driving simulators are an excellent way to reiterate the shocking reality distracted driving presents. They allow drivers to navigate a virtual road and react in real time to a variety of dangerous situations.  

According to the NHTSA, Driving simulators allow active learning by making it possible to give immediate feedback on driver performance. It is as close as a person can come to training on real roads with a licensed driving instructor, but without the crash risk.

Reducing Driver Error, One Distraction at a Time

  • In an effort to curb distractions behind the wheel, experts also suggest making music selections, GPS inputs and DVD operations before heading to your destination.
  • In addition to pre-programming electronic devices, drivers should also make sure volume levels do not block sounds of the road, including police sirens.

Let our car accident attorneys help you today

Dealing with the aftermath of a distracted driving accident can be overwhelming, especially if you were seriously injured in the crash. Let us put our team of respected legal professionals, independent investigators and medical experts to work on your case immediately.

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Having won over $100 MILLION in successful verdicts and settlements for our clients, we also have the determination and desire to fight for your MAXIMUM compensation in a court of law.

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