Do touchscreens make driving more dangerous?


  • TECH
  • Sunday, 30 Apr 2017

The familiar lever-operated handbrake has been replaced by an electronic version in many cars and the same thing is happening to a host of cockpit controls which have been around for almost as long as the automobile itself. 

Touchscreens are common in everyday cars and the swathes of switches and buttons that once crowded the dashboard are giving way to electronic interfaces. 

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