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Driving distractions work in 3 main ways

Cellphones lead to many distracted driving accidents as people use social media, take pictures and send or read text messages. But there are plenty of other distractions as well, such as eating a hamburger, changing the radio station, talking to a passenger or even adjusting the mirror. Accidents have even happened because people saw a spider in the car. Distractions come from every direction.

What should you do if someone swerves into your lane?

One of the big risks with distracted driving is that the driver may drift or swerve into the oncoming lanes. They don't even know that they have done it since they're looking down at the phone. They just drive on obliviously, right toward those oncoming cars, making an accident imminent. If someone ends up in your lane, what should you do?