Most Parents Text And Drive But Millennial Parents Have
Most parents text and drive, but millennial parents have even riskier habits: study. while most parents drove distractedly, millennial parents had riskier habits. Most parents text while driving, but millennials may be more dangerous. more than half of u.s. parents believe it’s unsafe to text while driving, but most of them do it anyway, a new survey. The researchers found that even though 52 percent of millennial parents ages 22 to 37 years in 2018 and 57 percent of parents over 37 years old said it was "never" safe to text and drive. Indeed, 52% of millennial parents (22 to 37 years old) and 58% of older parents said they thought it was "never" safe to text and drive, researchers report in jama pediatrics. Most parents, especially millennials, admit to texting and driving, study finds by stephanie stahl may 13, 2019 at 6:32 pm filed under: distracted driving , healthwatch , local tv.
Study Millennial Parents Are The Most Distracted Drivers
More than half of parents admit to texting and driving, and millennials are the worst offenders, a new study has found. the harvard university researchers said the drivers, aged 22 to 37 years old. Millennial parents most likely to have dangerous habits. two out of three parents have read texts while driving, the survey of 435 u.s. parents found. ( ) more than half of u.s. parents. The results revealed that millennials were more likely than generation x parents to read and respond to texts while driving. however, use of phone based media while driving was reported, at least.
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