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Think driving and phoning risky? Then why do people do it

Nearly 9 in 10 drivers say those who use cellphones while driving are a safety threat, but nearly 7 in 10 said they used their cellphone behind the wheel at least once in the past month, an AAA study finds. And nearly a third said they drove while using their [...]

By | January 28th, 2013|4 Comments

Many drivers admit to behavior they consider dangerous

U.S. drivers perhaps should listen to their own criticism. A survey by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found drivers overwhelmingly consider drinking and driving, cellphone use, texting, speeding, running of red lights, driving while drowsy and not wearing seatbelts to be dangerous and a serious threat to safety. But [...]

By | January 6th, 2012|0 Comments

2 in 5 drivers admit falling asleep

We've all been there: Busy lives, not enough sleep, long drive and suddenly we feel ourselves dropping off to sleep. You've might not actually have fallen asleep, but a study finds 41 percent of drivers admit to falling sleep at the wheel at some point in their lives. Here's an [...]

By | November 8th, 2010|6 Comments