Distractions Rampant, But Texting While Driving Particularly Dangerous

Posted on July 26, 2012

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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