Safety experts say that using a cellphone while driving is a major distraction and is a significant factor in crashes for drivers of all ages (see ). The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS) measures observed on driver electronic devise use. The survey found that 3.3 percent of all passenger vehicle drivers held cellphones to their ears. The rate was highest for drivers age 16 to 24—4.2 percent. The survey also showed that 2.1 percent of all drivers visibly manipulated handheld devices while driving. The rate for drivers age 16 to 24 was 4.5 percent, highest for all age groups.


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