Survey shows a scary number of people check email, use Facebook and even take selfies while driving

A survey commissioned by AT&T reveals that smartphone owners are doing a lot more things on their devices they’re not supposed to do than just texting while driving. DON’T MISS: This unbelievably cheap Android phone with 4GB of RAM is ready for launch The telephone survey was conducted by Braund Research on 2,067 individuals who drive at least once a day and who own a smartphone, The New York Times reports. Texting still remains a high priority for drivers, with 61% admitting to texting while driving. 33% of respondents said they email while driving and 28% surf the Internet. More than 10% use Instagram and Snapchat. As many as 27% of drivers age 16 to 65 say they’re using Facebook

via BGR


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