Hands On The Wheel, Not On The Phone
You've seen them. A car that gradually drifts into an adjacent lane on the expressway, then jerks back into its own when the driver realizes where the vehicle is headed. Or, on a city street, the car that floats through a wide turn, then zigzags as the driver struggles to straighten it. Drunk drivers? Perhaps. But more likely, a cell phone is what's distracting them.
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