A new survey suggests that being in a car crash while texting or knowing someone who has are the first and second most effective ways to reduce the dangerous practice. Clearly these are not methods which could be utilized in the drive to keep teens safe on the road. The survey does provide a third finding which is both sensible and far more feasible. Tougher penalties for being caught texting while driving along with more prudent enforcement of the law were suggested as deterrents by more than 80% of the teens polled by Harris Interactive.
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