The U.K.’s largest independent road-safety group is complaining automakers are building so many high-tech distractions into new vehicles and making interiors so comfortable they are being turned into living rooms. The Institute of Advanced Motorists says efforts to reduce distracted driving are being undone by the relentless pace of technology and manufacturers’ eagerness to pack more gadgets onto dashboards. IAM CEO Sarah Sillars says her main areas of concern are ...


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