Written by Bob McClay for KTAR.com
PHOENIX — A study by AEI-Brookings Joint Center shows 1 in 10 drivers on the freeway are talking on their cell phones and actually are more impaired than if they had been on a drinking binge.
The study used a driving simulator to test the effects of cell phone use vs. the effects of driving while intoxicated.
When taking into account driving conditions and other factors, drivers on cell phones were more impaired than those who had been drinking. Using a hands-free device did not make a difference.
Continue reading “Cell Phones More Dangerous Than Beer Behind the Wheel?”