TODAY | August 20, 2013
>>> we already know that fumbling with buttons while driving to find a good song was linked to greater accidents while people are disstratracted. we learned the song itself could have the same effect. teenage drivers that played their own music created more traffic violations than those that picked songs randomly. they also decreased the songs played for him. speeding and one handed driving were among the most common violations. but it makes sense.
>> of course it makes sense.
>> especially if you're savannah and doing the side clap as you listen.
>> 10 and 2.
>> that's right.