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Whether it’s talking on a cell phone, applying makeup, or inhaling a meal while on the go, drivers and their distractions are increasing in number and frequency. In particular, the proliferation of text-messaging devices have increased the amount of the little notes being sent. Because typing one of these short messages still requires a driver to focus somewhere other than the road, it’s come under fire from several states recently in the form of legislation that attempts to outlaw the practice.

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