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Wed October 23, 2013
The Philosophy of Distracted Driving: A New Theory
During this Fall Fund Drive, we’re looking back at some of our favorite work we’ve brought you on City Café in recent months.
A quick quiz: Which is safer? Driving while talking on a hand-held cell phone, or while using a hands-free device?
If you answered “Neither,” then you’ve likely been paying attention to a number of studies in recent years—most recently, last week, from The University of Utah and AAA.
These studies keep finding that that talking and texting impair driving whether a phone is hand-held or not.
But the question remains: Why is this the case? Here's one possible answer, from an unusual source.