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Banning cell phones in cars: Is cell-phone use uniquely distracting?

  • Yes, the driver is not paying attention.

    Yes, cell-phone use is uniquely distracting in cars, because it leads to crashes from drivers who are not paying attention to the road. The person that the driver is talking to does not know when there are problems on the road, so they do not know when to stop talking so the person can concentrate. This leads to traffic crashes.

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  • Driving Is Full of Distractions



    A quarrelsome passenger is a dangerous distraction, and so
    in an extremely affectionate one. Distractions can be found in the next car
    over, whether it’s a passenger who wants to flirt or a driver who wants to
    race. Then there are the pedestrians, including ones who jaywalk, and ones who wait for
    the corner and then cross against the light. Those kinds of distractions can
    leave a driver trembling and distracted for miles. Driving is a distracting business, and
    distracted drivers were around long before phones cut the cord.



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