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No Selfies Please

How attentive are your fellow drivers? Don’t ask. But do be aware that, regrettably, not all drivers have their eyes on the road when they are behind the wheel.

During a random, one-day check in November 2016, Instagram displayed 29,025 posts using the hashtag #drivingselfie and another 4,105 posts using #drivingselfies. That’s a total 33,130 smartphone- and social media-obsessed distracted drivers roaming our roadways. Makes safety-minded people want to double-check their seat belts and make sure their rig’s emergency kit is stocked and somewhere handy.

According to a recent LA Weekly report, California ranks first among states for the number of selfies taken per 100,000 people, followed by Nevada, Florida, and Hawaii. Heads up, everyone.

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