Most cell phone owners in this 1997 survey — 84 percent — believed that using a phone while driving is a distraction that increases the chances of a crash. But 61 percent reported using their phones while driving.
It won't happen to me
August 24, 2000
Employees often take risks even when they know the possible consequences. According to a study by the Insurance Research Council, it’s no different when it comes to driving and phoning.