Zendrive studied actual device use among 3.1 million drivers over 5.6 billion miles of driving and found that in 88 percent of trips, drivers made at least some use of their phones. On average, drivers spent 3.5 minutes per hour on their device.
The number of traffic deaths has been increasing since 2015 after a 40-year decline, with more than 40,000 people dying on the roads last year for the first time in a decade.
Study confirms we all use our phones while driving, April 19, 2017, at 10:01 AM
I found it interesting that the map above, of top ‘driving time spent on phone’ states, overlaps quite well with a map of strongly GOP-voting states1.
Once again, GOP’s America – busy killing themselves, and voting in GOP who do their best to aid their deaths.
- RI, VT, MA & NJ being the exceptions to the rule. ↩