The U.S. Department of Transportation is holding a "Distracted While Driving" Summit, which will give recommendations for better road safety in the day of texting and more. DOT Secretary Ray LaHood said, "We can really eliminate texting while driving. That should be our goal." How, it's unclear—the NY Times has a story on road warriors who turn their cars into offices and email while zipping down highways. One such driver said, "It’s an adrenaline rush. It’s the buzz we all get of trying to do everything you can in business." Also, what about when you use your cell phone to find parking spaces?