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You Won't Believe Who's Texting Your Teens While They're Driving

Who’s texting your teens while they’re driving? The answer to that one is simple: Look in the mirror. Helicopter parents ? you know who you are ? apparently can’t resist texting their teenager while the kid is driving. Known to hover over their kids, these parents constantly check on their child’s well-being. But in a twist of their intentions, parents who text while their teen is driving actually put their child in greater harm’s way.
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