PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Having trouble remembering all the details of your drive to work today? Turns out you might not be alone.

According to a British study, more than one in seven drivers admit they regularly suffer memory blanks on the road.

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British driving organization AA studied more than 27,000 drivers for the study.

They found that 15-percent quite, or very often are not able to recall moments from their drive.

Researchers say these blanks may be due to drivers being distracted by cell phones.

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The worst group was drivers’ age 25 to 34-years old, with 24-percent of them admitting to memory blanks while driving.

Women drivers were more likely to admit memory blanks than men.

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In the Telegraph, AA president Edmund King said, “many drivers also go on to autopilot when they are close to home after a long journey, and that is a good time to remind yourself to concentrate harder to get home safely.”

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Researchers say drivers need to concentrate more, especially when they’re getting closer to their destinations.