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Will using a hands-free cell phone device prevent me from getting into a distracted driving accident?

Many drivers believe that talking on their cell phones without having to hold the device is safe. Although this action is certainly better than driving while you have a phone in your hand, it’s not necessarily safe and can still cause a distracted driving crash. When you take a look at the startling statistics of driving with hands-free devices, you begin to realize just how dangerous doing so really is.

Cell Phones Cause Crashes

It probably wouldn’t surprise you to learn that many car accidents occur while drivers are holding cell phones in their hands. However, did you know that 26 percent of all crashes that occur involve cell phones—including those that are hands-free? According to the National Safety Council, even drivers who are using hands-free devices still get into car crashes, presumably because of distracted driving.

Someone Is Always Talking While Driving

At any given moment, nine percent of drivers are talking on cell phones while operating their vehicles. On any given day, 100 people die because of complications caused by car accidents. In fact, the number one cause of unintentional deaths in the United States is collisions.

The numbers here don’t lie—no matter how careful you are, you can still get into a distracted driving crash while driving in Dallas because of talking on a cell phone. If you’re not giving the road your full attention, you're increasing the chance of being involved in a collision.

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If you've been hurt in a Texas car accident you need to speak with an experienced car accident lawyer as soon as possible. Contact us online or call our Colleyville office directly at 817.380.4888 to schedule your free consultation.

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