NSC publishes white paper on cell phones and driving

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The National Safety Council has released a white paper describing the risks of using a cell phone while driving. The white paper, "Understanding the distracted brain: Why driving while using hands-free cell phones is risky behavior," addresses the lack of understanding about the dangers of cell phones and hands-free devices while driving. The white paper is available for free download on the NSC Website.



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