Perhaps you have seen it all. Folks singing and shimmying as they drive to work, and parents taking their eyes off the road for too long while dealing with rowdy kids in the back seat. Now there is a new distracted driving phenomenon to contend with: taking selfies.
Last year, 35,092 people died on U.S. highways. Up 7.2 percent from 2014, the spike in deaths is the largest single-year increase in traffic fatalities since 1966. The U.S. Department of Transportation cites increased distractions from cell phones as one reason for the rise in deaths.