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More than half of high school seniors admit they text or email while driving _ the first federal statistics on how common the dangerous habit is in teens.
ATLANTA | More than half of high school seniors admit they text or email while driving - the first federal statistics on how common the dangerous habit is among teens.
"We were surprised at the prevalence among young adults," says Amanda Lenhart, a senior research specialist at Pew. "But if you think of it as part of the wooing process today, then it doesn't really seem all that surprising."
Other teens acknowledge they know it's not safe, but they think it is safer if they hold the phone up so they can see the road and text at the same time, she said.