Figure 19: Frequency and Mean Number of Potentially Distracted Driving Behaviors Involving Technology.

A: Mean Number of weekly trips using cell phones for outgoing calls, by frequency of cell phone use.

B: Mean Number of weekly trips using cell phones for incoming calls, by frequency of cell phone use.

C: Mean number of weekly trips changing radio stations or CDs, by frequency of changing radio stations or CDs

D: Mean number of weekly trips while using in-car telematics, by frequency of use of in-car telematics

E: Mean number of weekly trips using wireless remote equipment while driving, by frequency of using wireless remote equipment.

F: Mean number of weekly trips answer/check pager/beeper while driving, by frequency answer/check pager/beeper.

Figure 20: Frequency and Mean Number of Potentially Distracted Driving Behaviors Not Involving Technology.

A: Mean number of weekly trips reading maps/directions, by frequency of reading maps/directions.

B: Mean number of weekly trips doing personal grooming, by frequency of doing personal grooming.

C: Mean number of weekly trips talking to passengers, by frequency of talking to passengers.

D: Mean number of weekly trips reading while driving, by frequency reading while driving.

E: Mean number of weekly trips eating/drinking, by frequency of eating/drinking.

F: Mean number of weekly trips dealing with kids in backseat while driving, by frequency of dealing with kids while driving.

Fig 21: Perceived Threat of Driving Behaviors

A: Specifications that are threatening to personal safety.