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The Project Research Shows Drivers Are Distracted 45% Of The Time
The Project Research Shows Drivers Are Distracted 45% Of The Time
You're watching The Project Research Shows Drivers Are Distracted 45% Of The Time Distracted drivers pose a danger to themselves and others and have been caught eating, drinking and applying make-up behind the wheel.

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Research Shows Drivers Are Distracted 45% Of The Time

Tue 09 Oct 2018 in 3 months

Distracted drivers pose a danger to themselves and others and have been caught eating, drinking and applying make-up behind the wheel.

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