PARIS – Using a cell phone at the wheel is more dangerous than drunk driving, according to a study by Danish police reported in the Dagbladet newspaper. Accident statistics show that in effect, the lack of attention is the principal cause of fatal accidents, ahead of alcohol, and that drivers take three times longer than normal to react when they are talking on the telephone. An information campaign on the danger is planned for the fall.
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