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Texting and Driving: A Case for Greater Punishment

2018-06-13 17:28:02| Waste Age

Experts suggest that both punishment and education are needed to reduce dangers of distracted driving but in succession: First, strong punishment to change the behavior followed by education to sustain it.

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