WASHINGTON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Teenage drivers are often distracted by cell phones and rowdy passengers and impaired by emotions and fatigue, according to a survey of nearly 6,000 U.S. high school students released on Thursday. The survey, conducted by State Farm Insurance Companies and The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, was the first to poll teenagers about their driving habits, administrators said. "Teens describe a driving environment that would be challenging to even the most ...
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