Survey: 19% admit using Internet while driving
Despite the guilty drivers acknowledging the dangers of paying attention to a device instead of the road, none seem too repentant. "I'm not saying it's the smartest thing in the world," says Sean Black, a 38 year old Illinois resident, "but I guess I just do it anyway." As with texting and driving, or even concentrating more on a phone call than piloting your automobile, many feel that only a near-accident or actual crash is going to modify this behavior. Even then, it will be on a case-by-case basis, and it puts the lives and well-being of innocents at the mercy of those too indolent to change their habits.
[Source: USA Today | Image: Corbis]
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