Distracted driving: Tips to stay focused (via @mothernaturenet) #dwd
Perhaps only a teen would think disrobing while driving was acceptable, as teen brains are not fully mature, explained Joan Myers, lead instructor at Elite Driving School in Owings Mills, Md. "Teens have a tendency to be more distracted because of their inexperience. It goes with maturity level," she said. "You have this certain population that doesn’t think [multitasking while driving] is dangerous. They say, 'Sure, I can do more than one thing at a time.'"