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Technology To Keep You From Texting While Driving

According to the New York Times, texting while driving increases your chances of being in a crash by 23 times. If you think it’s just good common sense to not write a message using your cell phone keypad while you are driving, than you probably don’t need one of these new apps that will prevent you from making such foolish decisions.

“Texting while driving increases your chances of being in a crash by 23 times.”
However, the guy coming toward you might not be so wise. That means you may want to tell others about these various tools that can detect if your phone is moving above walking speed and keep you from texting. (Yes, they can be disabled if you are a passenger in a car, bus or train.) Here is the article in the New York Times.

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