What Causes One in Four Car Accidents In America?

Can you guess?

Cell phone use.  Twenty-six percent of all car accidents in 2014 – or 1.3 million – were caused by drivers using their mobile devices while driving.

And that, according to the National Safety Council represents a one percent increase from 2013.

While driving, have you ever observed drivers to see how many of them are on their cell phones while they drive?

How can you tell?  In one of two ways… either you can actually see the phone next to the driver’s head or you can see the driver looking down for extended periods of time (this guy is the MOST dangerous of the group – for obvious reasons).

Look when you next go out.  The number of people you will see every single day driving while talking or texting – ignoring the laws and your personal safety – will shock you.

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