NSC releases report on cell phone use while driving

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The National Safety Council has released a report – State of the Nation of Cell Phone Distracted Driving (.pdf file) – that addresses improvements made to combat cell phone use while driving. In the three years since NSC called for a nationwide ban on all cell phone use while driving, progress has been made in legislation, enforcement, corporate policy, public perception and technology. The report covers these five key areas while emphasizing the need for further improvement.

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