Texas study voices hands-free texting concerns

Drivers may think they are being safer by using voice texting on their mobile phone when driving, but the distraction is just as bad as manual texting, according to a recent study carried out by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI). The study was sponsored by the Southwest Region University It’s time to log in … Continued

Drivers may think they are being safer by using voice texting on their mobile phone when driving, but the distraction is just as bad as manual texting, according to a recent study carried out by the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI). The study was sponsored by the Southwest Region University

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