Distracted driving is a major problem in the nation, ranging from what’s on the radio to making calls and texting while behind the wheel. And experts say it is only going to get worse. Research going on at NC State University could be key to keeping you and your family safe from distracted driving. NC State is the first in the country to test a unique car simulator that features “future technology distraction,” something seen in only a handful of labs worldwide. Jing Feng, Psychology, featured.
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