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Fatal distraction

By Christopher Shea
July 5, 2009

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Car and Driver recently conducted a test to determine just how dangerous driving-while-texting can be. The editors rented an airport runway, far from any traffic (car or plane), and brought along a Honda Pilot, two willing test subjects, cell phones, orange juice, and plenty of vodka. (Full article: 831 words)

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