Productivity killer: How well can you text and drive?

No, I’m not asking how good you are at breaking the law and putting other people’s lives in danger. But the New York Times has an online test designed to gauge your ability to multitask behind the wheel.

You use your keypad to change lanes and react to things on the road while also responding to text messages on the side of the screen. How well did you do?

(Disclaimer: No matter how well you score on the test, you still shouldn’t text and drive.)


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