New Survey Shows Parents Guilty of Multitasking While Driving

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(STLMoms) – Parents: it seems you’re just as guilty as teens when it comes to distracted driving.

A new survey  shows about 90 percent  of parents multitask with technology while driving, including talking texting on the phone.

About 70 percent reported performing childcare duties while driving such as feeding their children or picking up a dropped toy.

Seventy percent also reported eating, shaving, or putting on makeup while driving.