Most people care a great deal about doing well at their job. Thus, a person can feel an awful lot of pressures in relation to their work. Might work-related pressures sometimes create a temptation for drivers to engage in unsafe driving conduct? A recent study raises the possibility that work pressures could be one of the things leading middle-aged drivers to engaging in cell-phone-related distracted driving.
In the study, researchers conducted a survey in which hundreds of individuals between the ages of 30 and 64 were asked questions regarding cell phone use (hand-held and hands-free) while driving.