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Smartphones seem to be causing more road accidents in NL - study

Thursday 12 October 2017 | 16:12 CET | News
The number of incidents on Dutch highways reached 25,963 in the past 12 months, 27 percent more than four years ago, according to data gathered by the Stichting Incident Management Nederland (NIMN). The data points strongly to the use of smartphones behind the wheel, as the most important factor in this rise. 

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Countries: Netherlands
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