Safe Driving Report 2017

Next time you see someone driving erratically, take a closer look.

According to our new report, there’s a good chance they’re eating, texting or making a call. There’s also a reasonable chance they’re smoking, dealing with a child in the backseat or applying makeup, and a possibility that they’ve fallen asleep, are reading a newspaper or just decided to see how far they could go with their eyes closed.

We polled 1,800 Australian drivers about their riskiest habits. Find out who Australia’s most dangerous drivers are, and why.



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