Is Surfing the Internet Replacing Texting as the Biggest Distracted Driving Danger?


A new survey suggests that surfing the Internet may be replacing texting as the biggest distracted driving danger. State Farm’s annual research report on distracted driving reveals that drivers are increasingly accessing the Internet while driving. Although the rate was higher in younger drivers, older drivers were also guilty of the same bad habit.

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