Washington Traffic Safety Commission in 2016 conducted an observational study of distracted drivers, finding that at any given moment, about nine percent of drivers on the road in Washington are participating in a distracting activity. Of those distracted drivers, 75 percent were distracted by a phone.
Washington Traffic Safety Commission in 2016 conducted an observational study of distracted drivers, finding that at any given moment, about nine percent of drivers on the road in Washington are participating in a distracting activity. Of those distracted drivers, 75 percent were distracted by a phone. McClatchy
Washington Traffic Safety Commission in 2016 conducted an observational study of distracted drivers, finding that at any given moment, about nine percent of drivers on the road in Washington are participating in a distracting activity. Of those distracted drivers, 75 percent were distracted by a phone. McClatchy

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