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Human Factors Paper Reports Drivers Using Cell Phones Are as Impaired as Drunk Drivers
Thursday, June 29, 2006

In a paper just published in the summer issue of Human Factors, David Strayer (University of Utah) and colleagues report findings from a simulator study indicating that drivers who talk on the phone are as impaired as those driving drunk. Read the full paper and the press release from the University of Utah.

View other news about driver distraction papers published in Human Factors.

 
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