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Texting and Driving and its dangerous facts. Texting and Driving. Danger :. Texting and Driving is the most dangerous thing to be doing, it takes away more then 5 seconds to send a text and in the 5 seconds you could crash and die. Facts about Texting and Driving. Fact #2

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texting and driving

Texting and Driving

Danger:

Texting and Driving is the most dangerous thing to be doing, it takes away more then 5 seconds to send a text and in the 5 seconds you could crash and die.

facts about texting and driving

Facts about Texting and Driving

Fact #2

A texting driver is 23 times more likely to get into a crash than a non-texting driver.

Fact #1

Five seconds is the average time your eyes are off the road while texting. When traveling at 55mph, that\'s enough time to cover the length of a football field.

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that in 2010 driver distraction such as texting and driving was the cause of 18 percent of all fatal crashes – with 3,092 people killed – and crashes resulting in an injury – with 416,000 people wounded.

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About 660,000 drivers use cell phones at any given time during daylight hours in the United States.

  • Texting while driving makes a driver 23x more likely to crash.
  • Drivers talking on a cell phone are 4x more likely to have a car accident.
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