Ban cell phones for teen drivers
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Distracted driving is a significant problem in Ohio and across the country. The U. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports more than 1, people are injured and approximately nine are killed in crashes with distracted drivers every day. One of the most common ways drivers are distracted is by using cell phones. We are constantly checking texts, Facebook, or scrolling through various feeds. As a result, many states have enacted texting-specific driving laws, including Ohio.
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Overview: The National Transportation Safety Board recommended on Tuesday that all states should prohibit drivers with learner's permits from using cell phones while driving. After students read " NTSB: Young drivers should stay off the phone when on the road " present the following questions:. What percentage of U. What percentage of fatal driving accidents are caused by teen drivers?
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Vermont bill would ban cellphone use for those under 21
Tuesday, April 3, Virginia governor Tim Kaine signed a bill into law on Friday last week that prohibits the use of mobile phones by newly licensed drivers under the age of 18 while operating a motor vehicle. Mobile phone users must pull off to the side of the road, or into a parking lot, to use a phone. The law takes effect July 1.
A new study led by the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children's Hospital used data from a national survey to examine the effectiveness of state-level cellphone laws in decreasing teens' use of cellphones while driving. The study, done in conjunction with researchers from West Virginia University and the University of Minnesota, and published today in Journal of Adolescent Health , looked at state-level cellphone laws and differences in both texting and hand-held cellphone conversations among teen drivers across four years. The study found differences in the effectiveness of the laws for teen drivers' cellphone use based on the type of ban -- hand-held phone conversations or texting -- as well as whether the ban applied to young drivers or all drivers universal. Universal texting bans did not fully discourage teens from texting while driving. Bans limited to just young drivers were not effective in reducing either hand-held conversations or texting.