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US: teen drivers on phones linked to more accidents than previously thought


Teenagers are the most likely drivers to have a crash on US roads, with motor vehicle accidents also being the leading case for their death, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Now the AAA, the organization formerly known as the American Automobile Association, said its latest research showed that distractions, such as mobile-phone use, grooming or even dancing ...
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US: Research finds today’s smart infotainment systems might be more than drivers can handle
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