University of Michigan study finds teenage drivers text more than parents think they do
A recent study by the University of Michigan and Toyota found that teenagers text while driving even more than their parents think they do.
Yet just 1 percent of parents thought their children texted while driving, the study found.
The study also found that teens who believe their parents are distracted drivers are more likely to engage in risky driving then teens who consider their parents safe, alert drivers, the News reported.
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