Drive Safe Quiz
Distracted driving is the presence of anything that can distract a driver's physical and mental attention from driving. In 2008, nearly 6,000 people died in crashes involving a distracted driver, and more than half a million were injured.*

Are you at risk of being a contributor in a crash resulting from distracted driving? This self-assessment may help you make that determination. For the most useful results, please thoughtfully consider each question and give an honest response. Results are for your eyes only.
* National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
When driving, do you...
Adjust the mirrors and seats, or locate accessory controls and climate settings as you are driving?
Focus your attention on children or pets, rather than concentrate on the task of driving?
Eat food or drink beverages while the vehicle is in motion?
Make or take calls on either a hands-free or hand-held mobile phone while driving?
Manage your sound or entertainment system while the vehicle is in motion?
Check your email, search Internet or text while the vehicle is in motion?
Attend to personal grooming tasks such as shaving or putting on makeup as you are driving?
Read articles, maps, work-related materials, books, etc. while the vehicle is in motion?
Set or adjust navigational devices while the vehicle is in motion?
Search or retrieve items in a purse, glove compartment, briefcase or pockets while the vehicle is in motion?
Become lost in thought and unaware of your surroundings?