It's no secret that texting and talking while driving is dangerous, but a new Plymouth Rock Assurance survey finds that many drivers in New Jersey admit to shaving, applying makeup and brushing or combing their hair while behind the wheel.
If you're one of those people who is still talking and/or texting on your hand-held cell phone while driving, you could soon be paying dramatically higher fines and you might lose your driver's license for a while too.
If you're one of those people, who still ignores the law against talking and texting on a hand-held cell phone while driving, you could soon be facing dramatically increased fines and possible loss of license.
Businessweek.com is reporting that a government study says texting while driving is up an unbelievable 50%. Twenty percent of drivers admit to texting while driving and that number is much higher when it come to young adults. The survey also found that most drivers say they will answer a call and continue a conversation while driving.
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