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Study: Teens less likely than adults to text while driving

Study: Teens less likely than adults to text while driving

These days, it seems like teenagers are typing away on their smartphones more often than not. However, according to a December 11 press release published by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, a recent survey suggests that teenagers are less likely than adults to text when they're behind the wheel of a vehicle.

The source reports that only 58 percent of people between the ages of 16 and 18 indicated that they use their phone while driving. As for the 25-39 age group, 82 percent revealed that they engage in these distracting behaviors.

"It's noteworthy that the young novice drivers are using their phones while driving less than older drivers since, given their inexperience, they are especially susceptible to distracted driving crashes," said Peter Kissinger, president and CEO of the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, in a press statement. "At the same time, it is discouraging that cell phone usage picks up when drivers gain more experience, as using a phone can lead to dangerous distractions behind the wheel."

It's important to avoid texting when you're behind the wheel, as distracted driving can lead to serious consequences. However, there's always the chance that an individual may be wrongly accused of this offense. If you find yourself in this situation, it is in your best interest to contact a law firm in Denver as soon as possible.

The experienced lawyers from The Orr Law Firm can take on your case and mount an effective defense, ensuring that you are treated fairly in a court of law and can move forward with your life.

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