Can You Pass The Impossible Texting-While-Driving Test?
Each year thousands of people—most of which are younger than 25—die behind the wheel due to texting.
To convince youngster not to text while driving, Belgian organization Responsible Yong Drivers (RYD) ‘issued’ a new (fake) road safety measure for driving tests.
To pass the driving test and get their licence, candidates have to prove that they were able to use text while driving.
Called the ‘Mobile Phone Test’, learner drivers at the Belgian Driving Center had to avoid obstacles on the road while texting—so that they knew it was a bad idea to do so, and hopefully wouldn’t do it in the future.
See how the drivers fared in the video below: