Daydreaming and Driving More Dangerous Than Texting?

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If your mind wanders a lot while you’re behind the wheel, you might want to read this.

A new study suggests that daydreaming while driving is more deadly than texting.

The research, conducted by the Erie Insurance Group, says drivers are five times more likely to be involved in a fatal crash because they had daydreamed than if they were distracted by the use of an electronic device.

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