Distraction Resource Center

Globally, distraction is a factor in millions of crashes every year, and texting alone is responsible for around one in four such collisions. Distraction also comprises one of the “Triple Threats” to driver safety, along with Speeding and Fatigue. Help REFOCUS ATTENTION on this critical issue with eDriving resources including webinars, infographic, eBooks, guides and more!

Upcoming Webinar: Refocusing on Distracted Driving, Biggest Contributor to the ‘Triple Threat’

Speeding + Distraction + Fatigue

It’s been a tough year to keep your focus. But, in the shadow of the pandemic, traffic fatality rates have been increasing, despite fewer people on the road and fewer miles traveled. Why? Many reasons, including the “Triple Threat” to driver safety as we emerge from the COVID-imposed driving hiatus. It’s time to refocus on the biggest threats to road safety, starting with a spotlight on distraction during Distracted Driving Awareness Month.

Join this webinar, presented by eDriving’s Senior Vice President of Risk Engineering, Jim Noble, and eDriving’s Brain Science Advisor, Dr. Paul Atchley, to hear the latest data on distracted driving and other high-risk behaviors, and how the lasting effects of the pandemic are influencing the “Triple Threat” of distraction, speeding and fatigue. Noble and Atchley will dive deep into the effects of distraction on drivers’ critical decision-making processes, explain exactly how these “Triple Threat” behaviors are interrelated, and discuss why losing sight of the dangers of distracted driving in the workplace could prove a costly mistake.

You will learn:

  • The shocking stats we are seeing as we emerge from COVID-19 – what do they mean to you and your drivers?
  • Where does your mind wander when you drive?
  • How “Triple Threat” behaviors are interrelated
  • How workplace pressures can influence distraction, speeding and fatigue
  • Proven techniques to manage “Triple Threat” behaviors, including distraction


Jim Noble
Senior VP of Risk Engineering

Paul Atchley
eDriving’s Brain Science Advisor & Professor, Psychology
University of South Florida

Thursday April 22, 2021 | 2PM EDT
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