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Teens know that drinking or using a cell phone while driving are dangerous behaviors – that’s no surprise. What is surprising is that, according to a new survey from Liberty Mutual Insurance and SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions), teens seem to have a different definition of what it actually means to engage in these potentially deadly behaviors. From drinking or texting while driving to using a designated driver, the new survey highlights a sharp disconnect between what teens acknowledge as risky behavior and what they actually admit to doing behind the wheel.

According to the survey results, teens claim to understand the dangers surrounding drinking and driving:

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