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Behavior change in mobile use for child safety among drivers in India - by type 2017

Change in mobile use behavior for child safety among drivers across India in 2017, by type

by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 5, 2019
Behavior change in mobile use for child safety among drivers in India - by type 2017 This statistic represents the results of a survey in 2017 across eight cities in India about the change in mobile phone use behavior for child safety among drivers, based on type. During the survey period, a majority of motorists and car drivers, about 15 percent each, said they would use a mobile phone while driving if they had a child on board.
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Change in mobile use behavior for child safety among drivers across India in 2017, by type

Use a mobile phone while driving
if you are in the vicinity of school
Use a mobile phone while driving
if you have a child on board
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Use a mobile phone while driving
if you are in the vicinity of school
Use a mobile phone while driving
if you have a child on board
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Feb 5, 2019
This statistic represents the results of a survey in 2017 across eight cities in India about the change in mobile phone use behavior for child safety among drivers, based on type. During the survey period, a majority of motorists and car drivers, about 15 percent each, said they would use a mobile phone while driving if they had a child on board.
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