In July this year, the Department for Transport opened a call for evidence into roads policing.

Nestling in this official announcement was a consideration of whether “advances in car infotainment systems” were linked to a “plateauing” of road death and injury statistics, which have not fallen significantly since 2010.

Similarly, Auto Express frequently receives letters and E-mails such as the one opposite from readers voicing concerns that infotainment touchscreens have either become too complicated, replace too many buttons, are positioned badly, or are awkward to operate.

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Are Modern Touch Screens Taking Away Or Adding To The Driving Experience?

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