Texting while driving continues to put people using Georgia's roads in danger. A recent study revealed more people texting while driving in recent years. Two out of every 10 drivers admitted they did it occasionally. And for young people between 21 and 24 years old, the number was one out of two.
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State officials believe there could be a link between increase in texting while driving and the explosion in the number of new cell phones. "In 2000 there were 97 million subscribers," said Spencer Moore, deputy director of the Governor's Office of Highway Safety. "In 2009, there were nearly 300 million. As those numbers continue to go up, certainly that increases the exposure and opportunity for folks to text and drive."
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