Vodafone India & SaveLIFE Foundation releases India’s First Distracted Driving Report @vodafone 

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Ashish Tiwari

New Delhi: Riding on a strong commitment to Health safety well being and zero tolerance to distracted driving, SaveLIFE Foundation and Vodafone India LTD. released a first of it’s kind study on the theme of Safety in Mobility in New Delhi on Friday.


The study reveals 94% of people acknowledge using mobile phones during driving as being dangerous but 47% of them admit to receiving calls while drive.


This first of a kind study released in India is based on a survey conducted by by international research agency Kantar Public covering 8 cities and a total of 1749 respondents covering four typologies of drivers, two wheelers, three wheelers, four wheelers and truck/bus drivers.
Amongst, other findings ,the study reveals that 34 percent of all respondents tend to apply sudden brakes when talking on the phone while driving, while 20% of respondents admit to having had near miss situations or having experienced road crash due to using mobile phones while driving.

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