When Carol Baker, a 76-year-old driver from Annapolis, Maryland, gets behind the wheel of her 2016 Buick Enclave, her phone automatically connects to the car.

She uses the Bluetooth technology to call friends and change the radio station without taking her eyes off the road. But sometimes, the system doesn’t pick up Baker's voice right away.

“It doesn’t always understand what I’m saying,” she says. “That can be a little frustrating.”

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Report Indicates that Older Drivers More Likely To Have Technology Distract Them

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