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It's time to ban phone use while driving (and severely punish violators)

Al Sacco | June 22, 2015
It's perfectly legal to talk on the phone while driving in the majority of U.S. states, as long as you use a hands-free device. Now is the time for the public to change its own perception of the issue and convince lawmakers to do the right thing.

However, I see no reason whatsoever to use my phones while I drive, especially as newer cars integrate more music and navigation controls. I honestly believe there will be a time when young people look to their parents, aunts, grandfathers, whatever, and say with wonder, "You guys seriously used to drive and talk on your phones at the same time? That's just crazy."


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