Jun 13, 2016 · Texting and Driving Statistics: Teens vs. Adults. June 13, 2016 by The Sawaya Law Firm. When you picture an individual staring down at a cellphone, the face behind the phone is likely that of a teen. A Pew Research Center report from 2013 showed that 74 percent of teens access the internet using a mobile device such as a cellphone. As the. Oct 15, 2015 · Survey compares distracted driving habits of teens and adults but a new survey from AAA finds that adults are guilty of more of the bad behavior. looks at teen driving habits and their Author: Samantha Loss.
Disturbing Statistic About Adults and Texting While Driving. Teenagers received a small break when it came to USA Today’s article about texting and driving. In a recent survey conducted by AT&T, 49% of American adult drivers admitted they text while driving. Recent studies have actually shown that the fear of arrest is a bigger deterrent than the fear of an accident. This is true for both adults and teens alike. So instead of preaching safety, you can always preach the criminal element of drinking and driving. From Teenage Drunk Driving to Teen Driving Tips. The Drive-Safely.net Homepage.
These are not statistics teenage drunk driving, but they are related. Teens who drive while under the influence are also more likely to be in an accident than adults who drive while intoxicated. Experts believe this is because teens have less driving experience and often overestimate their driving abilities. Dec 12, 2013 · Teenagers aren’t the only ones that could use a lecture about texting while driving. New research shows more adults use their phones while driving than teens. The report, done by the AAA Author: CBS News.
Mar 28, 2013 · Forget teenagers. Adults are the biggest texting-while-driving problem in the USA. What's worse — they know it's wrong. Almost half of all adults admit to texting while driving Author: Larry Copeland @Bylarrycopeland, USA TODAY. Sep 13, 2010 · Adults are increasingly using their cell phones to send and receive text messages. Currently, 72% of adults text, up from 65% in 2009. But while adults may be embracing a favorite communication tool of teens, they cannot keep up with their younger counterparts in volume. An adult who texts sends and Author: Pew Research Center Staff.
TEEN DRIVING: FACTS AND STATISTICS FATALITIES • Motor vehicle crashes are the No. 1 cause of death among teens in the U.S. • The fatality rate for drivers age 16 . May 21, 2013 · Posted in Teen Drinking on May 21, 2013 Last modified on May 9th, 2019. Differences Between Adult and Teen Alcohol Abuse. Alcohol abuse and alcoholism, known collectively as alcohol use disorders or AUD, are potential consequences of excessive consumption of beer, wine, malt liquor, distilled liquor or a variety of other alcoholic beverages, often requiring professional treatment.