Changing the radio station is a distraction. Eating your drive-thru burger is a distraction. Even talking to passengers is a distraction. And with the advent of cellphones, distracted driving has become a much more important topic of conversation. This is because text messages require more than just a casual glance away from the road. They demand visual, manual and cognitive attention from the driver all at the same time. And this is nothing short of a recipe for disaster. According to the CDC, every day, over nine people are killed and over a thousand people are injured in crashes involving a distracted driver.