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Understanding the Triple Threat of Distracted Driving

Distracted driving is a huge problem in today's world, and far too often, driver distraction leads to serious injuries on California roads. A combination of driver education, increased law enforcement and recognition of individual responsibilities is needed to combat this growing problem.

Put simply, there are three main types of distracted driving, and understanding how drivers become distracted is one step toward preventing crashes. Keep in mind, too, that the three types of distraction can occur simultaneously, posing an even higher risk of a collision.

Are You Following California's Car Seat Laws?

As a parent, your greatest responsibility is the welfare of your children. Because there is so much out of your control, it is your job to do what is in your power to keep your kids safe. One of the most important places to follow safety rules is on the road, especially when it comes to using car seats. Do not let inconvenience tempt you to be lax, because properly securing your children can save their lives or prevent injury in an accident. Know the laws and follow them.

This Thanksgiving, Southern California to See Highest Traffic Levels Since 2007

For people across the U.S., the holiday season means not only spending time with family and friends -- but also lots of traveling.

In fact, according to AAA SoCal, about 3.14 million people will be hitting the roads in Southern California to go home for Thanksgiving. That number represents a 3.4 percent increase from last year.

Rise in Distracted Driving Sparks New Restrictions for California Drivers

Despite widespread education and law enforcement efforts, distracted driving has been on the rise in California in recent years.

Still, the reality is that distracted driving can have devastating consequences, annually taking the lives of more than 3,000 people and injuring more than 430,000 nationwide.