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Distracted Driving: Consequences
Strong emotions can easily become a distraction for motorists of any age, including young drivers.
However excited, eager, anxious, sad, or worried we might be, drivers need to put aside their emotions when driving.
Emotions tend to reduce a person’s focus on his or her most-important task when behind the wheel – the safe operation of his or her vehicle.
As a driver, you need to concentrate on the hazards around you above all else.
A moment’s inattention could have a tragic result for you and others with whom you share the road.
If you want to calm down:
Take deep breaths
Go for a walk
Talk with a friend about the situation