The risk of being involved in a collision is four times higher when using a mobile ‘phone when driving than when not using one. Additionally, you will have worse reaction times than someone who is driving after drinking alcohol at the legal limit.
- Mobile phones and driving @ Direct.Gov
Excerpt: Making or taking phone calls when driving will distract you. Research shows that if you’re using any mobile phone when driving, you’re four times more likely to crash. You also have significantly worse reaction times than someone driving after drinking alcohol at the legal limit.
Message supplied by: Rich @ Respect Yourself