Top distractions for teen drivers, what are they?
When it comes to driving distractions, experts say teenage girls are twice as likely as teenage boys to use cell phones.
In a video study released by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, electronic devices are the most used driving distractions for teenage driver.
The top distracting activities caught on camera include talking on cell phones, texting, personal grooming and reaching for things in the car.
While girls are more likely to talk on their phones, the study finds that young males are prone to communicate with people outside of their vehicle.