This is by no means a definitive list, but it’s a good start.
- Surfing the web on a smartphone or tablet
- Dialing a cell phone
- Talking to passengers
- Using a GPS
- Adjusting the radio
- Eating or drinking
- Shaving with an electric razor
- Applying cosmetics
There has been widespread coverage and new laws enacted nationwide to address distracted driving. These are criminal laws meant to serve as a deterrent. It offers very little to help the victims of car accidents involving a distracted driver. Perhaps a minor fine or time in jail may offer some justice in the mind of a victim, but it does absolutely nothing to return the victim to their pre-accident condition. That is you are entitled to file a civil lawsuit in your were injured in a car accident.