Why are girls in USA more likely to send or receive text messages while driving?
Prince Market Research survey established this. Is their tendency to take risks higher than that of boys?
Now, that was blunt Old Empresario. What do girls have to say about this?
I've got plenty in my house, so I'll ask. But hypothetically I would like say to the texters, "Pull your head out of your ass princess and stop worrying about your friends and boys".
I don't think girls have a tendency to take more risks than boys--I think girls just talk/text more on the phone, and this carries over into driving time. Unfortunately they don't know just how risky this is.
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