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ZoomSafer released a survey today showing that 32 percent of companies have knowledge or evidence of on-the-job crashes that have occurred as a result of distractions stemming from employee use of cell phones while driving.

The first annual survey by the company, which provides software to promote the safe, legal and handsfree use of mobile phones while driving, polled 500 business managers in North America. The study was designed to gauge corporate attitudes and best-practices pertaining to distracted driving.

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