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Americans More Likely to Talk and Text While Driving

Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that in 2011, American drivers (18-64) were more likely to talk, text and check their email on their mobile phones compared to our European counterparts. Almost half of young drivers admitted to distracting driving compared to 10 percent of adults over 50, reported Reuters. 

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