One in five U.S. drivers admits to texting-survey

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* AAA backs ban on texting while driving * Ford survey finds support among motorists for ban WASHINGTON, Sept 25 (Reuters Life!) - Nearly one out of five U.S. drivers surveyed has read or sent a text message while behind the wheel, even though nearly all of the respondents in an AAA survey released on Friday considered such action unacceptable. "The new technologies that help us multitask in our everyday lives and increasingly popular social media sites present a hard-to-resist ...

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