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Studying while driving

People may cause an auto collision because they are drunk, or because they did not get enough sleep the night before. Outside of fatigue and intoxication, all sorts of other auto accident risk factors exist, and some are not as common. For example, someone may cause a crash because they are trying to study while operating their vehicle. Whether a college student is trying to prepare for an exam, a high schooler is preparing for a quiz or an employee is trying to prepare for a test on their knowledge about a particular subject, there are all sorts of reasons why people may study while they drive. Unfortunately, this can be very distracting and may cause an accident.

People may be especially likely to study while driving because they are on their way to take a test. Some may want to do everything they can at the last minute to increase their chances of passing. However, studying can lead to an accident in many ways. Drivers can lose mental focus when they divert their attention to something other than the road. Moreover, a driver may take their hands off the wheel to turn pages or pick up a paper. Studying while driving can also be distracting because it may cause a driver to take their eyes off the road and try to read.

If you were hit by a driver who was not paying attention to the road, this may be difficult to pinpoint. However, you should thoroughly look at the different factors that may have played a role.

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