9 Jun 2016

There’s an epidemic of distracted driving that’s maiming, and in too many cases, killing people in crashes involving teen drivers, a new report shows. A full 60% of car crashes involving teenagers occur while these young and inexperienced drivers are talking, texting or are otherwise distracted. And this happens far more often during the summer, according to the American Automobile Association. (HealthDay News, 6/1)
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