DEARBORN – After a year of research at its accident avoidance lab here, Ford Motor Co. concludes parents who want to ensure their teens become safer drivers can do so by simply taking away the cell phone. Testing was done using Ford’s VIRTEXX (VIRtual Test Track EXperiment) simulation dome. It is a motion-driving simulator in which a Ford Taurus sedan is bolted to the floor inside a virtual reality studio for a "drive" along a virtual reality course on the interstate. VIRTEXX ...

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