CDC Speaks Out On Texting While Driving

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By Molly Clifton

Government researchers say one out of three Americans text or email when they drive.

A study from the Centers for Disease Control also found 69 percent of U.S. drivers talk on their cell phones.

Driving while distracted can greatly increase the risk of an accident.

Many states now have laws against texting while driving but the CDC says more needs to be done.
 




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