Distractions Rampant, But Texting While Driving Particularly Dangerous

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Cellular phones can bring grave consequences if used improperly on the road. Texting while driving in particular has become a worrisome problem for the NHTSA. Apart from texting, there are many more distractions drivers face.  These include eating, drinking, watching a navigation system, and messing with the radio.  Texting while driving is by far the most dangerous, though, as drivers lose an estimated 91% of their steering capability when they engage in the action.  Texas, where this report originated from, has banned all cellphone activities during driving.

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