Adults More Likely Than Teens To Use Phone While Driving

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Adults More Likely Than Teens To Use Phone While Driving

Challenging popular beliefs, a report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that adults were actually far more likely to text or talk on the phone while driving than teenagers. What do you think?

  • “But I do my best Vines while driving.”

    Sharon Atwell
    Lumberyard Manager
  • “Who else is going to call the numbers listed on the back of big rigs that are driving erratically?”

    Blake Templeton
    Well Digger
  • “I love being an adult because we can do whatever we want.”

    Kevin Simmons
    Oral Surgeon