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Cellphone Use

The risky behaviors driving the alarming rate of crashes during the coronavirus pandemic — along with the addictive behaviors surrounding phone use — are ringing alarm bells for fleets. Where do we go from here?

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Americans Want More Education on Distracted Driving

Some 89% of U.S. motorists say they need better education about the impact of distracted driving and 74% say they would pay more for a vehicle with built-in features to correct or prevent distractions on the road.

Workplace Pressures Contribute to Distracted Driving

About 12% of executives say they don't worry about the liability associated with a crash caused by a distracted driver employee, and 74% don't consider distracted driving to be of great concern, according to a new survey.

Tennessee Ranks First for Distracted Driving

A new study finds that Tennessee, Delaware, Wyoming, Texas, and Montana were the five worst states for distracted driving, and were responsible for 31% of all distracted driving fatalities from 2015 to 2017.

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