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Rubbernecking Driving

Rubbernecking Driving

Rubbernecking Rubbernecking is distracted driving. The AAA Foundation (American Automobile Association) says that drivers may not think about it, but the curiosity about what may be happening ahead or on the other side of the road is just another form of distracted driving just like eating, texting or trying to read a map while driving. The Dangers of Rubbernecking – Martin & Helms, P.C. Rubbernecking is a Top Cause of Distracted Driving Accidents. A study conducted by Virginia Commonwealth University…

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What Is Rubbernecking While Driving

What Is Rubbernecking While Driving

What Is Rubbernecking While Driving. Saturation Though we don’t recommend terrorizing these twisties late at night like those pioneers did back in the day, there’s nothing wrong with fantasizing about the illicit vehicular mayhem that inspired the motorsports phenomenon as you climb Japan’s tallest mountain. For example, a collision may be caused by a driver who intends to commit vehicular suicide. Trollstigen, aka “Troll Ladder” Where: Norway The land of the Vikings inspired sweeping arias from opera heavyweight Richard Wagner,…

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Rubbernecking Driving

Rubbernecking Driving

Rubbernecking Driving. Definition of Car Accident You are encouraged to leave a road conditions report to help others. Ruta 40 Where: Argentina Argentina’s Ruta 40 is one of the longest stretches of highway in the world, connecting 20 national parks with countless passes through the Andes mountain range. Using a Device — Texting or talking while driving, or even playing with a phone, music player, or GPS device, increases the level of danger on the road, as drivers become distracted….

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