A survey on distracted driving was put to more than 2,000 drivers ages 15 to 21. Here are some of the findings, according to Bridgestone Americas, Inc.:
1. One-third of those surveyed admit to reading text messages while driving.
2. Two-thirds of the respondents believe they are "very safe" drivers, but only half of them say their parents would agree with that assessment.
3. One-quarter of those surveyed do not believe that talking on the phone while driving is dangerous.
4. Girls engage in distractions behind the wheel far more than boys.
5. Teenagers and young adults say their parents engage in distracted driving more than they do.