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Submitted by Zlix 1834d ago | news

Need for Speed or Gran Turismo Make Gamers Reckless Drivers

A new study conducted by a company closely linked to the auto industry, Continental Tires, has revealed that those drivers who are also video game players have a higher risk of driving recklessly, with the effects running from a bigger chance of being pulled over by police to an increased chance of not stopping at a red light. (Culture, Gran Turismo, Industry, Need For Speed)

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