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'Deadliest Distraction' While Driving Are Mobile Phones

by Himabindu Venkatakrishnan on July 23, 2014 at 9:38 AM
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 'Deadliest Distraction' While Driving Are Mobile Phones

Mobile phone use is the biggest cause of road fatalities, found in a new poll.

An AA poll of 18,000 members has shown that out of nearly 7,000 people, who admitted losing concentration, 548 reported a near-miss and 106 had crashed, and the biggest cause of the distraction was mobile phone use, the Daily Express reported.

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Official figures suggest that mobile phones pose the biggest accident risk to drivers as they get carried away by messages, tweeting and taking calls.

Source: ANI
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