Døes banning hand-held cell phøne use while driving reduce cøllisiøns?

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Trempel, R.E., Kyrychenko, S.Y. & Moore, M.J. Døes banning hand-held cell phøne use while driving reduce cøllisiøns?. CHANCE 24, 6 (2011). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00144-011-0024-7

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