The latest statistics are pretty scary. 75-percent of teens admit - texting while driving is common among their friends. Even MORE than that say they've seen their PARENTS text and drive. Channel 4's Ashley Mitchem explains how some local high schoolers are getting a wake- up call today when it comes to this problem. 3 00-0516-2744-541:01- 1:11Texting while driving: It can wait. That is the message geared toward students at Fletcher High school.Students and teachers got the chance to drive a virtual reality simulator from A-T-and-T.They saw first-hand just how dangerous it can be to use your phone behind the wheel. Mayor Harriet Pruette, City of Neptune Beach 51:33 it only takes a split second for something to happen and you know a lot of us especially young people don't realize the simple things and once somebody is killed or hurt you can't take it back The simulator is just like something you'd play in the arcade...You sit in it, there's a steering wheel, pedals and a monitor.Police across the country say these simulators are effective.The Florida Senate accepted a House-amended version of a ban against texting and driving- it's now headed to Governor Rick Scott..Councilor Scott Wiley, City of Neptune Beach 52:32 it was great and I certainly hope that the Governor will go ahead and sign the bill I think the has until the 10th I think it's very important to become law One students says she if she saw a friend texting and driving she would tell them how serious the consequences could be.Julissa Santiago, Fletcher High School Senior 58:04 if you want to be dead go ahead and do text but if you want to live a couple more years don't do it.Students will have the chance to join the It Can Wait movement by taking the pledge and making the lifelong commitment to never text and drive. More than 1-million students have already signed it. AM C4 TLS.