Editorial

Kimberly Luste Maran

Assistant Editor – Adventist Review

Driving Distracted

Exercise was important to 55-year-old Dave Muslovski, who was out for his nine-mile morning walk. Whitney Yaeger, 19 years old, looked down for about 10 seconds while driving. Texting, she hit Muslovski, who later died from his injuries. “Why would you take your eyes off the road?” Muslovski’s wife, Denise, asked.1

According to the Rock Center report, people know that they’re gambling with their safety. In a Kansas University study they shared, 97 percent of students admitted to texting while driving—and they said it was about the most dangerous thing to do while driving. Yet they do it anyway. Texting while driving is a dangerous and deliberate …

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