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Study Finds 11% Of Drivers Distracted

Posted on August 9, 2017
Photo via PEXELS user Breakingpic
Photo via PEXELS user Breakingpic

Eleven percent of drivers are distracted behind the wheel, with cell phones representing most of the distractions, according to a newly updated study conducted in Ohio’s Mahoning Valley.

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Related Topics: cellphones, distracted driving, driver safety, research and trends

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