Although the majority of teens tell others not to text and drive, more than a third still engage in the act.

In surveys conducted over the last nine months since the National Transportation Safety Board called for a national ban on texting while driving, the majority of teens routinely admitted to this vice despite knowing of its dangers. Compared to those surveys, the trend appears to be slowly fading as a new poll from State Farm and Harris Interactive found that 34 percent indicated they had engaged in texting while driving.

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