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Cell phones have changed the way we communicate, and technology has evolved to allow us to talk, text and post to social media while driving without touching our phones. Or has it?

Two new studies from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety and the University of Utah have found that hands-free, voice-activated infotainment systems in cars can still be distracting to drivers. The systems, which enable drivers to change radio stations, make phone calls and send text messages are supposed to allow drivers to keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes are on the road. Instead, many of them are so error-prone that they require even greater concentration from the driver, not less.

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