English drivers are the worst at text messaging

Underokningen shows 86 per cent of drivers understand that a mobile phone is affecting the attention of the traffic but only 31 percent of respondents believe that it is to be doubted, or wrong, in the road safety point of view. 37% of the respondents indicated that they send text messages, and 16 percent said they use social media while they are driving. The worst affected is the age group of 18-36, where 56 per cent admit to texting while they are driving. Approximately one-half stated that there would be a need for a total ban on them to stop using the phone in the car.

In the united kingdom are discussed at the same time, tighter rules on people, sentenced to life in prison to be precise. A proposal is now being discussed in the uk, the government wants to equalise the rattsurfandet with driving under the influence, according to british law, when a driver who caused an accident because of their phone calls to be sentenced on a manslaughter charge.

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English drivers are the worst at text messaging