Motorists who use a mobile phone while driving are six times more likely to have an accident, even if they are speaking hands-free, according to the AA. Although the Government has now made it illegal to use a hand-held phone while driving, recent tests show that having a hands-free phone conversation at the wheel also dramatically reduces a driver's ability to concentrate on the road.
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