This is what the same driver would see if she was talking on a cell phone. "One of the things we know when people are talking on a phone is that they get in kind of a tunnel vision," David says. "You don't see the information in the periphery. So if there's a car, a pedestrian, something like that, you just don't see it," he says. "They're not looking at their side mirrors."
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