Mobile Phones In The Car
It is estimated that this year, 2016, the number of smart phones in the UK will be around 42 million units. The number of mobile phones as a whole, collectively over the years, is in untold millions.
The number of people in the UK with driving licenses is around 35 million. Interesting statistics could be drawn from the number of calls, texts, emails, likes, tweets or such, in a twenty-four hour period, divided by the number of driver hours in the same period, and subtract the number of hands-free units.
An impossible task, probably, but what it highlights in a way, is the likely hood of someone using a phone whilst driving is not only positive, but proportional to the number of drivers. That is to say, how many people are, right now, driving and using a mobile device, answer, plenty.
The deterrent for doing so, up until now has been reckoned to be sufficient, but in the wake of several Continue reading “Mobile Phones In The Car”