Don’t blame the technology. For those who argue that a ban on cell phone use while driving will make highways safer, there’s bad news: People who chat behind the wheel drive more aggressively even after they hang up, according to a study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, ”The people who are more willing to frequently engage in cell phone use are higher-risk drivers, independent of the phone,” said Bryan Reimer, associate director of MIT’s New England University Transportation Center.
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