‘Glee’ spotlights debate opposite dreaming pushing among immature motorists – Chicago Sun
By Larry Copeland
April 9, 2012 11:54PM
GLEE: Dianna Agron earnings as Quinn in Season Three of GLEE premiering Tuesday, Sept. 20 (8:00-9:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. Â©2011 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Danielle Levitt/FOX
Updated: April 10, 2012 8:36AM
The high-profile debate opposite dreaming driving, generally among immature motorists, has seeped deeply into a inhabitant culture: Apr is Distracted Driving Month, and tonight’s deteriorate premiere of a Fox teen strike TV uncover “Glee” facilities a dreaming pushing pile-up cliffhanger from final season.
Despite all that focus, a new consult from insurer State Farm indicates that many teenagers competence still be ignoring a message.
The survey, conducted for State Farm by Harris Interactive, finds that only 43 percent of drivers ages 16 and 17 contend they’ve never texted while pushing — a same commission as in a insurer’s initial consult in 2010. Yet 76 percent of teenagers age 14-17 determine that “if we frequently content and drive, someday we will be killed while driving,” and 93 percent determine that “if we frequently content and drive, someday we will get into an accident.”
The State Farm consult comes as “Glee” is approaching to solve a cliffhanger from final season. Drama black Quinn Fabray, played by Dianna Agron, was rushing to her ex-boyfriend’s marriage and texting while pushing when her car was sideswiped by a truck. The shade went black, withdrawal viewers wondering about her fate.
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