Don't Text and Drive: Study Shows the Dangers

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

A new study, whose findings will be released later today, says that driving while texting makes you 23 times more likely to get into an accident. This morning we're joined by Dr. Rich Hanowski, Director for the Center of Truck and Bus Safety at Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, which conducted the study. Also joining the discussion is Adam Bryant, Deputy Business Editor of The New York Times, who's been working on the “Driven to Distraction” series.


Adam Bryant and Rich Hanowski

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Amy Holmes


Hsi-Chang Lin

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