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Cars may be getting smarter, but it will be many years before a majority of cars on the road are smart enough to drive themselves. In the meantime, it’s down to us to drive smarter, says eDriving CEO Celia Stokes.
She survived a crash that killed both her parents, caused by a distracted driver. Here, Jacy explains why none of us are that important that we need to use our phones while driving.
Is It Time Our Phones Had A ‘Driving Mode’? Or Should We Stop Relying On Technology And ALL Do Something About Distracted Driving?
Is it time our phones had a ‘driving mode’? Or should we stop relying on technology and all do something about distracted driving, asks eDriving writer Julie Farmer.