Concern is mounting about the effects of phone use and texting while driving.
December 2, 2010
Drivers admit to risky habits in survey
Drivers sat texting while driving, speeding and running red lights are dangerous but admit to doing them anyway.
September 28, 2010
Texting bans don't cut crashes
A HLDI study of insurance claims finds that outlawing texting by drivers hasn't cut crashes.
February 27, 2010
Cellphone use, crash rates don't match
Phone use by drivers is up, but crashes aren't. More research is needed to figure out why this risky practice hasn't affected crash rates.
Driver phone use is widespread
An Institute survey finds that large numbers of drivers talk on the phone and text even in challenging driving conditions.
Cellphone bans don't reduce crashes
Collision claims don't decrease after states enact driver cellphone bans, a new HLDI study finds.
Technology can be distracting, but some forms can help prevent distraction.
March 22, 1997
Cellular phones quadruple crash risk when in use
June 3, 1995
Risky drivers are different, have more violations on their records
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