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Four Out of Five College Students Text While Driving

Even though it’s well documented that texting while driving is dangerous, a new study found that four out of five college students still do it. Researchers from King’s College in Pennsylvania also found that young men are more likely to overestimate their ability to drive, text and multi-task, HealthDay News writes. In 2010, according to a FCC study, 11 percent of drivers (ages 18-20) who got in an accident admitted that they were texting while their car crashed. 

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