43% of Drivers in the U.S. Ignore No-Texting Laws
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43% of Drivers Ignore No-Texting Laws

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At simpletexting.com, we’re always interested in finding out about how and where people are using their phones to send and receive text messages. One of the most controversial times for people to text is while driving.

To find out how often people are texting while driving, we conducted a study among 500 individuals that admitted to texting while driving within the past 30 days. The study, conducted via Google Consumer Surveys, highlighted a number of interesting facts:

43% of Drivers Ignore No-Texting Laws


Drivers Don’t Use the Hands-Free Technology in Their Car


iPhone Users Text While Driving the Most


Most Individuals That Text While Driving Have Not Been Pulled Over


Baby Boomers Pulled Over More So Than Any Other Age Group


Individuals That Admit to Texting While Driving Say They Rarely Do So


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