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An online poll of home and auto insurance customers has found there is a generally high rate of satisfaction among them with the companies that provide their coverage.

According to the public opinion study by Malvern, Pa.-based Insurance Research Council, 91 percent of respondents with auto insurance said that they were either very satisfied (61 percent) or fairly satisfied (30 percent) with their current auto insurer.

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CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »

CNN) — Most of us know we shouldn’t be talking on a handheld cell phone while driving. But recent studies suggest that hands-free devices are just as dangerous on the road.

Engaging in a phone conversation on a mobile device while driving distracts the brain and delays reaction times, experts said. Drivers are more likely to swerve between lanes, slow down and miss important signs.

“When you’re on a call, even if both hands are on the Read the rest of this entry »