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Distracted drivers top concern for Californians
A survey by the California Office of Traffic Safety found after speeding and aggressive drivers, distracted drivers are a top concern.
Fifty-five percent said they had been hit or nearly hit by a driver who was talking or texting on a cell phone.
Twenty-seven percent confessed they still talk on a hand held cell phone while driving, and 45 percent admitted they had made a mistake when talking or texting while behind the wheel.
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