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Study: Distracted Driving Doubles Drivers’ Reaction Time

Sulphur Springs car accident lawyer Gregg Price reports that a new study shows texting while driving doubles a driver’s reaction time.

10/10/2011 // Sulphur Springs, Texas, USA // PRW // Sulphur Springs car accident lawyer Gregg Price

Distracted driving will absolutely lengthen a driver’s reaction time, because you can only focus on one task at a time—talking on the phone. Slower reaction times can lead to preventable accidents that often result in serious injury or death, explains the Sulphur Springs car accident lawyer. That text message and phone call can wait; don’t let your conversation become the reason why someone lost his or her life.

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