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May 25th, 2015 at 12:44 pm

Here’ why we need driverless cars immediately, if not sooner


If you think texting and driving is bad, that is only the start.  


AT&T commissioned a poll of people aged 16 to 65 who have smartphones and drive at least once a day. They found a whopping 70% of them regularly use their phones while driving. Texting is by far the most common activity, but emailing, web surfing, and posting on social media are all surprisingly common as well.

Perhaps most alarmingly, 30% of the folks who post to Twitter while driving admit they do it “all the time.”

Image and article via Business Insider


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