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Sunday, 25th December 2005

Driver Cell Phone Use in 2005 -- Overall Results

Drivers--Cell Phones
Source: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Driver Cell Phone Use in 2005 -- Overall Results (PDF; 195 KB)
"Driver cell phone use increased in 2005, with 6 percent of drivers on hand-held phones in 2005 nationwide compared to 5 percent in 2004.... The 2005 rate translates into 974,000 vehicles on the road at any given daylight moment being driven by someone on a hand-held phone. It also translates into an estimated 10 percent of vehicles in the typical daylight moment whose driver is using some type of phone, whether hand-held or hands-free."


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