Are Teens the Biggest Perpetrators of Distracted Driving?

Georgia Attorney Says Every Age Group is Responsible

Video Transcript:

Rob Rosenthal:

Are teenagers more likely to be guilty of texting and driving? We ask Georgia attorney Kathy McArthur in this Ask the Lawyers Quick Question.

Kathy McArthur:

It's actually all of us who are the problem. It does not matter. It does not discriminate as it pertains to age. I think it used to be maybe the teenagers were more comfortable with cell phones in the first place, but now we adults have become accustomed to it too, we're texting and driving and dictating and watching our GPSes, and we're doing just as many things as teenagers are doing that are just as distracting or moreso.

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