It seems that more and more when we get behind the wheel of a vehicle the last thing that we concentrate on is the driving.  We are more interested in our smart phone, GPS, breakfast, lunch, or cup of Starbucks.  Logically in a civilized society it would make sense that when you are steering a multi-ton weapon down the road you should give it the attention that it deserves.  Check out these stats from Triple A:

-Distracted driving contributes to up to 8,000 crashes every single day – the facts speak for themselves:

-More than one million people have died in car crashes over the past 25 years in the U.S., with 33,788 lives lost in 2010 alone.
-Drivers spend more than half their time behind the wheel engaged in distracted behavior.
-Using a cell phone while driving quadruples your risk of crashing.
-Eating, smoking, adjusting music or rubbernecking while driving can be just as dangerous as texting, emailing or talking on a cell phone.
-Passengers are one of the most frequently reported causes of distraction, with young children being four times more distracting than adults and infants being eight times more distracting.

Watch this Video and tell me if you think these guys were paying attention!?