According to AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, motorists who use cell phones while driving are more likely to engage in additional dangerous behaviors such as apeeding, driving drowsy, driving without a seat belt and sending emails and texts. Though there is a disapproval towards texting and driving, more than 27% of licensed drivers reported sending a text or email at least once within the past 30 days, and more than 35% said that they have read a text or email while driving. Young drivers from the ages of 16-24 were more likely to read texts or email while driving along with checking or updating social media sites. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that more than 3,000 people are killed and nearly half a million are injured each year in crashes involving distraction. AAA recommends that motorists turn off their phone before driving or pull over to a safe place to talk, send texts or use email.