Texting While Driving
Businesswoman using cell phone while driving Photograph by Inti St Clair—Getty Images/Blend Images

This texting-while-driving study will make you afraid to drive

May 19, 2015

Drivers using their smartphones behind the wheel aren't just texting — they're emailing, browsing the web, tweeting and even video chatting.

Those are just some of the activities that smartphone-using drivers fessed up to in a survey commissioned by AT&T. The report is tied to the wireless company's It Can Wait campaign, which launched in 2010 to raise awareness of the dangers of using smartphones while driving.

Texting remains the most popular activity among these distracted drivers, according to the survey, but about one-third said they e-mailed on their phones while driving, and one-tenth of said they were on Snapchat.

Here's a full breakdown:

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