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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The explosion of cell phone use has more people driving distracted.

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Robye Nothnagel has spent months trying to rehabilitate her body.

Last year she walking across the street – when a teenager, who was texting and driving, hit her.

The accident broke Robye’s pelvis and tibia.

“I started in a wheelchair, went to a walker, but now I am walking,” said Nothnagel.

A new report from AAA finds more than 90 percent of people believe distracted driving is dangerous. Roderick Parks agrees.

“When I see it I’m kind of annoyed by it,” said Parks.

Most people don’t always follow their own advice.

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In the survey, 49 percent admitted to recently talking on the phone while driving and about 35 percent said they sent a text or email when they were behind the wheel.

“I can’t even say that I don’t ever do it sometimes. I look down at my phone,” said Parks.

Tamra Johnson from AAA says a smartphone isn’t the only distraction.

“So drivers really have to be aware. Anything that takes their hand off the wheel, eyes, and attention off the road is a distraction and they need to make sure that they cut that out,” said Johnson.

“I felt compelled as a survivor to do something to create awareness,” said Nothnagel.

Robye has joined an effort to get people to put these magnets on their cars.

“I felt compelled as a survivor to do something to create awareness,” said Nothnagel.

The simple message: “stash it.”

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The number of drivers who admit talking on a cell phone regularly or fairly often while driving is up 46 percent since 2013.