Distracted or frenzied driving refers to the driver not being fully focused on driving alone but also indulged in any kind of mental or physical activity such as texting, talking on the cellphone, staring people outside, meddling with the CD player and much more. Still, everything for the most part makes results in almost the same way: A mindlessness to use a substantial and powerful four-wheel on the road that could cause damage or hurt a person.
Toyota has joined hands with Ted Talks – the motivational speech provider – to make an awareness movie. Fragment of Toyota’s unfocused driving awareness plan that is included in its Teen Drive 365, the cartoon short outlines exactly how perilous multitasking could be. Actually, wouldn’t it be great if I could simply come right out and say: Do not multitask provided it’s unavoidable.
This cartoon short isn’t too long winded and greatly manages to make its point in this duration. Furthermore, on TED’s site, there’s an assistive little test to challenge you. Take a look at the motion picture below and subsequently visit TED. I’m sure you’ll take in something from it, regardless of the fact that you are very-well aware of this spiel.
Image Credit: Nur Hussein
Suhail is a journalist who loves everything about technology driven cars. He keeps a keen eye on the latest developments in automotive industry and shares the news as it breaks.
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