Our addiction to our phones is ruining – or at the very least changing for the worse – concerts, middle school, dinner conversation, our ability to sleep, the way our brains work and now, inevitably, our cars.
It’s sad but true that almost every feature in new cars is, intentionally or not, enabling our smartphone addiction. From automatic emergency braking to Apple CarPlay to USB outlets to phone-sized cupholders, cars are encouraging our bad habits. Click here to read more…
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