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Distracted Driving Problem for Younger Drivers in Georgia


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8/1/2012
Jason R. Schultz
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While there are many distracted driving behaviors that can lead to a crash, some are more likely to occur for certain types of drivers. 

The use of a phone is a common cause for distracted driving crashes. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) reports that it is especially a concern for younger drivers. 

After conducting a telephone survey, NHTSA found that drivers between the ages of 18 and 20 admitted to phone use being a factor at the time of a crash or near-crash. Although this was the case, many drivers believe that using a cell phone doesn’t change driving performance. 

Even drivers who admitted that texting could cause driver distraction still engage in the behavior. Some of the effects of a younger driver being distracted include drifting out of a lane, driving slower or faster, and not changing lanes when appropriate. 

However, distracted driving statistics show that this can be a problem for drivers of all ages. Although certain age groups may be more likely to engage in this behavior, the fact remains it is a problem that can lead to devastating consequences.  

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