Hands-Free Devices Reduce Accidents

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According to the latest research, conducted at the Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, drivers, who use hands-free electronic devices, are less likely to get into a crash, as compared to those, using handheld devices. Drivers who use handheld phones, increase their crash risk by more than 100%, as compared to drivers who drive safely. According to the researchers, the hands-free mode of communication helps overcome travel-related fatigue, and sudden bouts of sleepiness from over-exertion. Drivers who use hands-free devices also remain alert, and do not get distracted from driving. Texting and the use of handheld devices, caused more than 200 deaths, and over 14,000 injuries, on roads in the state of Virginia, in the year 2017. Published, as a research article, in Safety Science (https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0925753517320520?via%3Dihub). Subscribe, to Videonium’s latest research and science news today!

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