Millions of Americans can’t stop themselves from talking, texting and livestreaming while driving, according to the distracted driving report by Zendrive
Safety regulators, insurance companies and technologists have turned to an incremental fix for distraction: monitoring the driver, not the vehicle.
Underwriters who are best able to identify distracted-driving tendencies are better able to price the accompanying risk. Most insurers insurance companies still only offer discounts for good cell-phone behavior, but a growing number are using the findings to raise rates on serial tap-and-swipers.
Read the article at The Detroit News.