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Cellular Phone Use While Driving: A Death Sentence
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It is often argued that when using a mobile phone while driving, it causes a big enough distraction to be responsible for many traffic accidents. This view is supported by many studies that conclude there is a higher collision risk, and that motorists who do talk while driving are more likely to lose control of their vehicles…
This means that each year the roadways grow more dangerous than the year before. So why don't people refrain from using their phones while driving One thing is for certain is that drivers should refrain from using the phone while operating their automobile.
There are many studies performed by the Accident Research Unit at the University of Nottingham, as well as the New England Journal of Medicine, which published a study where they found that driving while talking on the phone is as dangerous if not more dangerous than driving while intoxicated. Brooklyn, Ohio; Hilltown, Conshohocken, and Lebanon, Pennsylvania all have banned the use of cellular phones while driving. Out of the 29 nations encompassed in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), about a fourth of its members, consisting of: Australia, Japan, France, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland, have banned phone usage while driving. On top of this, a large majority of the states in the U.S. either have partially restricted the phone usage, or they are considering it.
Harvard Center for Risk Analysis was commissioned by AT&T Wireless Communications to run a risk-benefit analysis on cellular phone use while driving. ...
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