California drivers’ focus near schools, including those in San Joaquin County, has significant room for improvement, according to an annual observational study conducted recently across the state. Students monitoring nearly 70 intersections at high schools in 24 California counties for one hour last Tuesday recorded more than 7,000 cases of distracted driving.
In San Joaquin County, they found 110 distractions, compared to 193 in Orange County and 104 in Tulare County. Details on actual sites were not provided.
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