All three of these offences relate to irresponsible driving on the road. Whether you are driving a car, truck or public transit vehicle, you are accountable for your actions while behind the wheel. While most people can probably pick out what actions they should avoid while driving, they may not always be able to classify what falls into each category.
As outlined in an article published by he Globe and Mail earlier this year, distracted driving generally targets those who use their cellular phones or another type of mobile device while driving. This excludes mounted phones or GPS systems. However, at the article describes, answering or ending a call on a mounted phone is okay, but trying to key in information, such as a text message or an address, should be done while you are pulled over or before you start driving.