Texting While Driving Proven To Be More Dangerous Than Drunk Driving | Teens Against Distracted Driving

An experiment that took place on a deserted air strip looked to measure how dangerous texting while driving really is. With the cars traveling at 70 miles an hour, drivers reaction times were measured in different circumstances. Reactions were measured when the drivers unimpaired, when they were drunk, when they were reading an email on their phone and finally, when they were sending a text message.

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Teens Against Distracted Driving was founded by Seattle Car Accident Lawyer Jason Epstein who is also the founder of the Seattle law firm Straight Talk Law.