Eating -- I mean with a plate and fork -- Make-up application -- Hair Styling -- Turning Around Completely to talk -- Sex -- Urination (I think) -- Photography (Camera and Phone) I know I have seen other stuff. Feel free to add to the list.
You know, I have recently become more aware of how distracting getting audio is these days. In days gone by the car only had a radio with punch buttons for favorites (Provided one set them). Or later slotting in an 8 Track, a cassette, or CD was not too crazy (not always that safe admittedly) But even tuning the radio dial could be done with eyes on the road. One tuned in by ear, of course.
But now? In my new car with the 9 inch touch screen. Bluetooth, Spotify, Sirius XM and all manner of stuff on the console (Not to mention Sat Nav). It's cool, but to be safe it should at least be teed up while stationary. Touch screen to drill down through menus in traffic? Tempting but relatively distracting. (I confess to succumbing to the temptation on occasion.) If content is from my Android phone I can use voice control, which I like. And hands freeis okay. But truth be told even yakking takes some processing power of the driving task.
I would like to have self drive for the boring bits. Volvo is close to launching a workable solution. Testing a hundred SD cars in real world in Sweden right now. Full manual for when I am in control. Driver Assist nanny randomly kicking in while I am in control would make me unhappy. I drive as mindfully as I can. No daydreaming to the extent possible. Eyes on the road reading down lane. Fully present behind the wheel with active situational awareness using mirrors.. My motivation? Calculating the amount of kinetic energy I have accumulated straddling a controlled gasoline bomb in a steel and plastic egg.