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Posts Tagged ‘texting and driving’

Texting and Driving: A Deadly Combination

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As technology continues to progress, so too does the urge to have our smartphones by our sides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This dependence on our devices includes the need to check texts on a regular basis, even when we are behind the wheel of a vehicle. Texting and driving is a…

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Texting and Driving Study Might Make You Scared to Drive

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Time Magazine recently covered a brand new study about texting and driving. The results were so off the charts that even participants of the study were prepared to change their ways before it concluded. Notable Numbers: Behaviors While Driving According to an AT&T survey, most people engage in some kind of dangerous behavior behind the…

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Decoding North Carolina’s Confusing Texting and Driving Ban

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Despite the fact that it was outlawed statewide in 2009, texting and driving in Raleighremains a major issue. During the 2010-2011 fiscal year, North Carolina reported 879 cases of the distracted driving habit, but it actually increased to 2,018 annual cases recently. Wake County was responsible for a whopping 257 of them, while neighboring Cumberland…

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10 Tips for Avoiding Distracted Driving

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Every single day, an average of nine people is killed in a car accident involving a distracted driver. The Center for Disease Control tracks this figure and also reports that daily injuries top 1,500 people nationwide. Despite the risk factors, many drivers still make mistakes. Texting and driving tops the list of distractions. A single…

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The Danger of Distracted Driving

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Distracted driving includes any activity that takes a driver’s attention away from the road. This falls under three main categories: visual, manual, and cognitive. Visual distraction causes the driver to take his or her eyes off the road. Texting and driving is a common concern, but checking on backseat passengers or picking something up off…

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Texting and Driving Laws May Change in NC

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Texting and driving is a dangerous activity, yet the statistics show that many people are doing it anyway. According to a 2011 Center for Disease Control (CDC) study, 69 percent of drivers between the ages of 18 and 64 confessed that they had talked on a cell phone in the previous month and 31 percent…

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