Major Accident Cause: 11% Of Male Drivers Under 30 Distracted By Fondling Themselves While Driving

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Most Male Drivers Are Doing Things That They Should Not Be Doing While Driving. Most Notably 11% Surveyed Fondling Themselves.

No one on the survey team would have guessed that this may be one of the largest causes of accidents in the United States today

Major Accident Cause: 11% Of Male Drivers Under 30 Distracted By Fondling Themselves While Driving. This was the surprising results of a new survey soon to be released by a major media group on national television. A 'Driver Distraction Study' commissioned by Abrams, Herzog & Filippi evolved to detail information that was totally unexpected.

In the Survey spanning the states of Florida and New York 4634 cars (with 340 photos as well as 12 hours of video) with male drivers under the age of 30 were observed at 2 intersections in New York City and in Broward County Florida. "What was discovered may very well be a major source of accidents on the road" stated Mr. Stuart Arnett, the supervisor of the study. " What younger male drivers are doing with at least one hand was most surprising to us all. It is one of those aspects of human sexuality that is not discussed or admitted to nearly ever in the public realm" said Mr. Arnett.

In the study it is shown that 31% of male drivers under the age of 30 had their non-driving hand on their iPod, or cell of other mobile device. In addition 8% had one hand on the adjacent seat extended or the panel next to their seat, 9% were adjusting the Radio/CD player, 9% had both hands on the wheel, and at least 11% had one hand on their crotches and moving them. For the full graph and study see: Major Accident Cause: 11% Of Male Drivers Under 30 Distracted By Fondling Themselves While Driving

The study material is now being documented for a nationwide television program soon to be released. "All persons videotaped and photographed have nothing to fear though. We go through great lengths to guarantee that no one that was observed or taped can be identified in any way. Not by vehicle, clothing or their hands and jewelry worn" stated Mr. Arnett. "This would leave the organization open to lawsuits and we obviously are not looking for trouble with the study. It is more a study on human behavior as well as distractions while driving and we would never open up anyone observed to ridicule in any way" Mr. Arnett added.

U.S.E. News is currently the sole distributor of the polls and surveys done by Abrams, Herzog and Filippi. The Main polling page can be found at http://www.usofearth.com/polls.php

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