A driving security association has warned that hands-free voice calls while driving could also be as risky.
The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) has formed a report summing up the distracted driving research based on study from more than 350 scientific papers.
As many as a quarter of crashes can be reasoned by cell phone-connected distractions, according to the group. It cites researches from Canada and Australia which show that hands-free calls are only as dangerous as regular ones.
Barbara Harsha, GHSA executive director says, “Despite all that has been written about . . . → Read More: Drivers Who Do Hands-Free Calling Could also be Prone to Road Accidents