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Codebreaker

Texting bans for drivers don’t make much difference

John Moe Sep 29, 2010
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This according to a new study. Because if you’re stupid enough to text while driving, are you really going to follow laws? I didn’t think so.

Favorite part of the article from the (always excellent) Ars Technica:

The authors even try to suggest a mechanism by which a ban might increase accident rates: texters might now be concealing their phones, and have their attention focused further from the road ahead while driving.

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