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Wyższa Szkoła Gospodarki
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im. Alcide De Gasperi
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Modern Mobile Devices and the Safety of Road Traffic Participants
 
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In an effort to improve the quality of human life, many technologically advanced solutions or devices based on modern technologies are being introduced. One such device that is widely used is the mobile phone. At present, it is an indispensable piece of equipment for most people. On the one hand, the popularity of the mobile phone improves the comfort of life (practically unlimited possibilities to communicate by speech or writing), and on the other hand, it becomes a threat to human health and life (addiction to the constant use of the mobile phone). The use of the mobile phone while travelling on the roads can be considered in these two aspects. Based on the results of a face-to-face study, the article analyses the use of mobile phones by pedestrians and drivers and attempts to assess their impact on road safety.
 
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