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Test your reaction times with our “Driven to Distraction” game

Kwik Fit | Wednesday 24th July 2019 2:00pm

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With there being more and more uses for mobile phones that can be part of your driving experience, such as following a map or listening to a podcast, it’s easy to forget that it is illegal for them to be used whilst driving. Technically, you can be fined for using your phone whilst the motor is running, even if you are using it to pay in the drive through takeaway!

With this in mind, we wanted to spread awareness on just how detrimental it can be to simply glance at your phone whilst driving. So, with that said, it’s time to pit your driving knowledge against your reaction time by combining the use of a phone with your ability to stop the car as soon as a hazard appears. Introducing our #DrivenToDistraction game

You’ll begin by driving down a country road before reaching a STOP sign where you’ll have to click to stop the car as fast as possible. Sounds simple right? Well, you’ll then receive a message on your phone with a question around road safety, be sure to get this right but remember to concentrate on the road still. We’ll then test your response time when you’re hit with another STOP sign.

What are you waiting for? Click on the game below and share with your friends to see who has the best reaction time!

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