While most everyone knows the dangers of cell phone use or texting while driving, a new study is claiming that daydreaming while driving is even more dangerous than texting behind the wheel -- by a lot. The research from the Erie Insurance Group says it's five times dangerous to daydream while driving than texting or talking on a cell phone. Erie's research showed that some 62 percent of all distracted driving accidents in the U.S. each year that caused deaths were blamed on being, quote, "lost in thought." By comparison, only 12 percent of distracted driving deaths were caused by driving while using smartphones.