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There is typically a nervous excitement in the air when a teenager gets a learner's permit. If that teen passes the driving exam and receives a driver's license, he or she probably feels the thrill of independence. Unfortunately, sometimes this feeling of independence gives teens a false sense of empowerment, which could lead to distracted driving behaviors.
Teenage drivers are the most likely of age groups to be affected by distracted driving, which has led to an increase in Marietta car accidents and crashes throughout Georgia. Because teens are not as experienced behind the wheel, something as simple as changing the radio station could affect their reaction time and decrease their driving capabilities.
There are more and more distractions facing drivers of the 21st century, due to new technology, smartphones, texting, and tweeting. It's no wonder why teens are at the center of distracted driving accidents in Marietta, Georgia and throughout the nation.
The April 2011 Consumer Reports magazine conducted a study regarding teenage drivers and found the following: