No, not the kind that kills to eat brains, but the type that kills because their own brains aren’t operating at full capacity.
This is a tern for people who get in their cars right after a video conference for work, which takes a lot out of them mentally, so they’re not totally concentrating on the road.
54% of people actually say they have trouble focusing right after a Zoom call.
The age of the person behind the wheel impacts how well he or she can focus on driving. For Generation Xers, the attentiveness problem drops to 48%, while for millennials, it’s 61% and Gen Z, 65%.
“Don’t Zoom and drive” may become the new popular refrain for the pandemic era.