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Texting While Driving

Excellent inforgraphic below from AIG explaining the dangers of using a mobile phone in your car. 

Worryingly, a series of recent studies have shown that about 60% of people, particularly teens, text while driving. 5 seconds is far too long to take ones eyes off the road. 

You can view the full article on the AIG website here

"We know how impossible it can be to put your phone down. We've got texts to answer, things to Facebook, Tweets to send...However, texting and driving a car can often be more OMG than LOL. It can be a dangerous and deadly combination, but for some reason, we keep on doing it.

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