SPOTLIGHT: Fewer using mobile phones while driving

Many studies have shown the distraction caused by talking on a mobile phone while driving, and plenty of laws have followed that make it illegal. Despite all the warning, many people still appear to be chatting and driving. A new study, however, suggests that fewer people are using their cell phones behind the wheel--just 1.5 percent of drivers. Although the study was purely observational, it does make you wonder whether people are really putting down their phones in their cars. Blog

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