A survey suggests that 27 percent of American adults have texted while driving, while a full 61 percent report having used a cell phone while behind the wheel. Of the American teens surveyed, some 26 percent texted while driving, while 43 percent reported making calls while behind the wheel. Several states have banned the use of cell phones while driving, after several studies demonstrated the inherent distractions in doing so.
A new survey by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project suggests that, when it comes to cell phones and driving, most Americans are engaging in some decidedly risky behavior.
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