Egyptian dentist Mark Shehata, 24, holds his smartphone as he uses the “Pokémon Go,” mobile phone application while driving on a street in Cairo. A new driving simulator developed by the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Arbella Insurance Foundation has been shown to reduce accidents by 19 percent among the people who’ve participated in the program.
Egyptian dentist Mark Shehata, 24, holds his smartphone as he uses the “Pokémon Go,” mobile phone application while driving on a street in Cairo. A new driving simulator developed by the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Arbella Insurance Foundation has been shown to reduce accidents by 19 percent among the people who’ve participated in the program. Amr Nabil Associated Press
Egyptian dentist Mark Shehata, 24, holds his smartphone as he uses the “Pokémon Go,” mobile phone application while driving on a street in Cairo. A new driving simulator developed by the University of Massachusetts at Amherst and the Arbella Insurance Foundation has been shown to reduce accidents by 19 percent among the people who’ve participated in the program. Amr Nabil Associated Press

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