A new national survey dispels the notion that teen drivers text more than adults. According to a AAA report, teens text and drive less often than adults.
Of the more than 2,000 teens surveyed, 58% of those aged 16 to 18 acknowledged using their cell phones while driving and 20% said they used it fairly often.
However, 82% of drivers ages 25-39 say they text and drive.
The only drivers reporting less cell phone usage while driving were those 60 and older.
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