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Analysis of the literature: the use of mobile phones while driving

  title={Analysis of the literature: the use of mobile phones while driving},
  author={C. Brace and K. Young and Michael A. Regan},
  • C. Brace, K. Young, Michael A. Regan
  • Published 2007
  • Engineering
  • The objectives of this report were to examine the effects of hands-free and hand-held mobile phone use on driving performance and to examine the relative effects of hands-free versus hand-held mobile phones on driving. The research reviewed indicates that use of mobile phones can have a significant impact on a number of safety-critical driving performance measures. Using a mobile phone while driving can distract drivers visually, physically, and/or cognitively. Research to date shows a four… CONTINUE READING
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