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A recent survey conducted by AAA and Seventeen magazine, revealed that teen drivers are regularly involved in risky behavior while in the driver’s seat, especially text messaging on their cell phones.

According to AAA, the survey shows that shows that 61 percent of teens admit to risky driving habits. Of that 61 percent, 46 percent say that they text message when driving and 51 percent talk on cell phones while driving. The research, conducted in April, was a survey of more than 1,000 16 and 17-year-old drivers.

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