WVU to study effect of cellphone laws on crashes
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia University is getting a $182,000 federal grant to study whether states' laws limiting or banning cellphone use while driving are having any effect on driver safety.
Researchers in the School of Public Health will look at the regulations on texting and talking, how they're being enforced and whether they're affecting accident rates among drivers under...
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