Calif. drivers say cellphone use is the top risk on roads, survey finds

More motorists in California consider cellphone use to be the most serious risk to road safety, more dangerous than drunken driving, according to a survey by the state Office of Traffic Safety. "Speeding, aggressive driving, drunk driving all are very serious and actually kill more people than cellphone use. But crashes from cellphone use are a fast-growing problem and one that the public is correct in noticing and, hopefully, reversing early," said Chris Cochran, a spokesman for the traffic-safety group.

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