Cell Phone Use Cited in 24% of Motor Vehicle Crashes

Wow — could this be true? The National Safety Council, in a report issued this month, estimates that cell phone use is involved in 24% of all motor vehicle crashes. That is an astounding percentage, and does not bode well for the future, as more and more people are talking or texting on their phones while driving. The report makes interesting reading. Take a look at it.

1 Comment For This Post

  1. NC
    April 22nd, 2012 | 8:10 pm

    That does not surprise me. I am amazed at how often I see people on their phones while driving, even in places where both hands need to be on the wheel.

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