A recently article on TechCrunch explains a new feature for your iOS 11 devices, Do Not Disturb While Driving. An excerpt from the article:
With the release of iOS 11’s latest beta on Wednesday, testers can now get their hands on one of the new mobile operating system’s most important — if not most glamorous — new features: a long-needed “Do Not Disturb While Driving” mode. Announced in June at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, the feature aims to combat the very dangerous practice of texting from behind the wheel, while also switching off other alerts that entice people to look at their phones while driving.
If you aren’t an iOS user, you may have similar alternatives. The article explains the primary alternative for Android users:
Android already offers Auto Reply through Android Auto on any modern Android phone.
Read the entire article here.