Watch Users Warned Away From Roads

The Insitute of Advanced Motorists, a UK charity, has warned that the Apple Watch (which it incorrectly calls the iWatch) could be dangerous to use while driving. Head of policy Neil Greig said that the Watch “has the potential to be just as distracting as any other smartphone device… Indeed, more so if you have to take your hand off the wheel and your eyes off the road to interact with it”. Greig said that there needs to be a change in enforcement, rather than the law, to deal with the issue. The Department of Transport has said that anyone using the smartwatch while driving will face the same penalty as those using a smartphone: three points on their licence and a