Driving with voice-activated infotainment is really distracting, studies say

Infotainment systems are often marketed as being distinctly safer to use than picking up a cellphone while you're driving. But two studies released on Tuesday have shown that's just not the case. A handful of in-vehicle systems, as well as Apple's Siri, were tested for cognitive distraction, and the majority of systems were found to be incredibly distracting—more so than having a conversation on a handheld phone.

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