Sunday, 1 July 2012


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One glance above and below will be enough to recognize that we Malaysians, the young and old alike, suffer from this syndrome. Driving while intexticated (i.e. texting while driving) has become almost like driving while intoxicated. While the surveys and their findings do not involve Malaysians, they should be immediately relevant. So are the suggested solutions. So take heed.

DWI: Driving while intexticated
By Kristin Marino,
Online Schools, 22 Jun 2012.

It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that texting and driving is dangerous. But plenty of people continue to do it. Most troubling: even with all the stories of tragic car accidents happening as a direct result of distracted driving, teens and adults are still texting at the wheel. One teen from Idaho totalled two cars in the span of about a year, texting at the time of both crashes. The infographic below is full of reasons why an OMG or LOL is never worth the risk:

DWI: Driving While Intexticated
Courtesy of: Online Schools

[Source: Online Schools. Edited.]

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