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The way that men and women view driving distractions is apparent in this infographic by LeaseTrader.com. It seems that the distractions are gender-related:

Men

  1. Road Rage - 18.3%
  2. Eating/Drinkin - 14.7%
  3. Checking out Other Drivers - 10.9%

Women

  1. Kids in Car - 26.3%
  2. Putting on Makeup - 16.6%
  3. Messing with Radio - 10.4%
Clearly we all have our priorities wrong from time to time, regardless of sex. distracted-drivers * * * Read more Offbeat Car News on this blog.

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