The AAA says that, while computers and other flashy gimmicks in today’s cars are distracting, some cars have more distractions than others. The Automobile Association of America notes that distracted driving contributes to 16% of all fatal crashes. That’s more than 5,000 deaths annually. The association recently concluded its study into “infotainment” systems in 30 2017 vehicles, and has identified 12 vehicles that were considered having “very high” driving distractions. The liste included the Tesla Model S, Chrysler 300 C and Ford Mustang GT. The only distraction in my 1994 Buick Century is when I have to hit the dash to make the driver’s side speaker come back on.