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New Research Reveals ‘Hands-Free’ Texting Still Dangerous, Parker Waichman LLP Warns
Date:6/14/2013

t least 43 percent of high school students of driving age text at least once while driving.

The study used information from the 2011 Youth Risk Behavior Survey to collect data on 7,833 high school students who were eligible for a driver’s license. Researchers found that males were more likely to text while driving, and that those who texted while driving were more likely to engage in other risky behaviors, such as drinking and driving, having unprotected sex and using tanning beds. Additionally, the researchers found that texting increased with the age of the participants; 46 percent were older than 17 and 52 percent were over 18.

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