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It started -- my friends and now you know I've had smoke and sand.
-- everyone's kind of gotten into it.
It's the white teenagers communicate they -- on average 3400.
Text each month.
And even though it's against the law to text or read a text while driving teenagers like Daniel hit -- admit they do -- -- We know there's been a few times I have.
Thank -- my phone in the notice shifting a little bit this side.
-- with this special simulator but I into -- detail even tonight.
How about now.
-- the dead today he and hundreds of other students at Garfield high school are learning firsthand just how dangerous texting and driving can be for them.
And everybody else on the road.
Very similar to a drunk but drunk driver what we've seen turn the maximum.
He's no longer they would.
The net -- the -- Stegall has -- allow him to -- a virtual road course while he goes driving through the simulation and tries to text only his peers can follow along on a screen to see how he's scoring.
And I -- -- -- three times -- 56% to going to schools and universities that anywhere we can -- young people.
To give them this real hands on experience for texting on her.
The results are pretty shocking.
I've got like.
To -- speeding and one for.
On the wrong side of the road and I ended up having a -- he tried you know look up in the second and a look Danny and I realized the cars moving around in.
I end -- passing and then didn't even get a text off so.
Wasn't too great.
The take home message texting.
We don't need to send a text message -- even read one line you're driving it can simply wait and I think I say what one of the students has said.
You don't want to turn fellow well.
-- -- Justine Joyce Q thirteen Fox News.
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