You’re driving down the road and you hear your text alert go off. Naturally, you reach down to your lap, the center console, or the empty seat next to you, and grab your phone. As you unlock your screen and begin to read the message your girlfriend (or mistress, perhaps?) sent you, the car ahead of you has stopped for the stop sign that you’re too distracted to see. Since you’re so caught up in replying to your text message, you end up rear-ending the car in front of you, severely injuring the occupants and maybe even yourself, changing everyone’s life in the blink of an eye. I know, you’re thinking “that won’t happen to me,” but, that’s exactly what the eight people who were killed and 1,161 others that were injured yesterday due to distracted driving thought, too (based on statistics from CDC.gov).