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October 12, 2009


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David John

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John B

Very good point, Jim! I would bet that someone fumbling with a traditional hand-held phone is quite aware of the dangers and is actually paying more attention to the road than someone else in their own little world chatting away on a Bluetooth.


How about a change to cellphone software that hangs up after 2 minutes when in and "in-car" mode? The issue is that people chit-chat on their cells while driving.
Cell phones in cars should be for simple, short conversations of the type: "I've had an accident. I'm ok. Come to xyz street." or "Buy some eggs on the way home." not to discuss the philosophical implications of what Betty said to Jane and how that will affect her relationship with her brother-in-law!


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