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A popular anti-cell phone bumper sticker says: “Shut up and drive!”
If you own the sticker, stop reading because what follows will drive you nuts.
Just more than a third of Virginia drivers surveyed admit they have sent text messages while driving, making this the sixth most active state for the controversial habit, according to a national survey released Tuesday.
Nationally, 28 percent of those surveyed acknowledged they have typed with the keypads of tiny cell phones while heading down the road.
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