"Impact of Hand-Held and Hands-Free Cell Phone Use on Driving Performance," VTTI

Talking on a cell phone, of any type, was not associated with an increased safety-critical event risk. Visual-manual subtasks (such as dialing) performed on a handheld cell phone were associated with an increased (crash) risk and significantly increased the percentage of time drivers took their eyes off the forward roadway.


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