The most dangerous way to travel on your smart phone is by taking the “Truck Transport” option, according to a new study.
The study, conducted by the Transportation Research Institute, found that just 2.9 percent of U.S. drivers have taken the “truck transport” option on their phones.
The top way to get from one place to another on a smartphone is to have the phone call a service or a friend to pick up your phone and go.
The other 97.5 percent of smartphone users have simply clicked on the option, which says they can take the “Ride With Friends” option to drive together, the study found.
But the study also found that the most dangerous option on smartphones is the “Uber option,” which says drivers can arrange to get into an Uber, Lyft or another app.
While Uber has become increasingly popular, the TRI study found that only 2.5 million drivers have actually used the Uber app, compared with 16.6 million Uber users who have used the ride-hailing service.
The study also notes that the Uber platform is not designed to protect drivers.
The TRI’s study said the average smartphone user spends an average of 5 minutes each day on the app.
And while Uber drivers have been getting paid a lot more than the average drivers, they are still earning less than their peers, according a TRI spokesperson.
Uber also has been criticized for its aggressive pricing practices, including charging drivers for each ride they take, and a lawsuit was filed in March 2016 by the National Association of Manufacturers against the company over unfair labor practices.