During each distracted-driving crackdown the Minnesota State Patrol tweets about the craziest/stupidest things they've caught people doing. See examples of the dumb things Minnesotans have been caught doing while driving below. 

The Minnesota State Patrol just started tweeting about this year's campaign and two of their first three tweets involved Rochester drivers.

According to KROC-AM news, "State statistics show distracted driving was listed as a contributing factor in traffic crashes that killed 74 people and resulted in more than 7,600 injuries in Minnesota in 2015. The number of motorists ticketed for distracted driving has been increasing at a rapid rate over the past five years. In 2012, the total was just over 1,700 and last year that number had grown to just under 6,000."