More drivers surfing the Web behind the wheel

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Texting and drivingIt’s not calling, or texting that’s distracting drivers.

A new study reveals more people are surfing the Web while behind the wheel.

According to State Farm, nearly one in four drivers use the Internet on their phone while in the car.

That’s up from 13% of drivers who admitted doing the same thing in 2009.

The worst offenders are drivers aged 18 to 29.

Nearly 50% of them admit to surfing while driving.

Researchers point to the ever growing popularity of smartphones as the cause of this spike.

To read the complete story on distracted drivers surfing the Web on the road, click here.

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  • Travis

    Simple fix here from car manufacturers. When the key is turned your phone becomes inoperable. Thats it……
    There are just too many idiots in the world so we must think for those who cant make correct and safe choices

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