Will Hands-Free Texting Prove To Be Safer Than Regular Texting?

Texting while driving is extremely dangerous for those driving on Alabama roads because it is well known to be a distraction for drivers, who must keep their eyes on the road at all times in order to prevent a serious car accident.

However, it is not simply the action of texting, meaning the tapping out of messages and the reading of incoming messages that is distracting, though this is a big part. The distraction also lies in the thinking about the actual text itself, as well as the reply, that makes texting while driving a distraction that can result in car accidents.

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