NEW YORK – It's not the government's job to reduce accidents caused by driver distraction, says National Highway Traffic Safety Administrator Jeffrey Runge. Lack of driver training and increasing traffic density is to blame for much of the problem, he says. Traffic density has been increasing by a couple percentage points annually, he points out, increasing the demand on drivers to scan the surrounding environment for hazards. Jeffrey Runge Runge, speaking at the 13thAnnual ...

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