Survey says pets in the car can create distracted drivers

08/15/2011 | Chattanooga Times Free Press (Tenn.)

A recent survey conducted in part by AAA found that most Americans drive with their dog in the car at least once per month, and one third of those respondents said they were distracted by the pet while driving. Veterinarian Mary Stanley said she rear-ended another vehicle after being distracted by her chihuahua and now has the animal ride in a dog-specific car seat in the back seat.

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