We are all road users and have a responsibility to look after our fellow road users
These behavioural issues are the largest factors contributing to trauma on our roads.
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Driver distraction is a growing area of concern for the road safety community.
In spite of increased commentary and communication in the area, figures show that the majority of drivers engage in a distracting behaviour while driving on the road on a daily basis.
To combat the behavioral issue of distraction, MAC has launched its new ‘No one's driving if you're distracted' campaign.
This campaign has been developed following comprehensive quantitative research conducted by MAC, and targets the most common behaviors that distract drivers:
Mobile phones & social media functions
Eating & drinking
Passengers and attending to children
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