27 percent of teenagers admit they will sometimes change clothes and shoes while driving. According to a new study just published this week in the Journal of Transportation Safety and Security, teen drivers do a lot of disturbing things while behind the wheel. They will do things like put on makeup, change contact lenses and even do homework.
These findings are the results of a survey of approximately 1,000 drivers between the ages of 14 and 18 in Washington, Oregon and Idaho. Participants were specifically questioned as to what they believe to be actually distracting while driving.
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