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Should it be illegal to use cell-phone without a hands-free device while driving?

  • Safety is key

    Most of the crashes today are do to the lack of hand-free devices alone. The National Safety Council reports that cell phone use while driving leads to 1.6 million crashes each year. Nearly 330,000 injuries occur each year from accidents caused by texting while driving. 1 out of every 4 car accidents in the United States is caused by texting and driving. So therefore, I would agree that it should be illegal.

  • Its distracting too.

    I say its distracting because if you look down on your hands-free device for one second, i could be a huge disaster. One hands-free device is the iPhone 7 with SIRI. Another one is the android with the Google mic app. That is why it should be illegal. FUSE.CORP99@gmail.Com or Simon Beck.

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  • Yes, it should be illegal.

    There are loads of distractions when someone is driving, and talking on the phone may be the biggest and most deadly (aside from DUI). There's no excuse for not using a hands-free; the technology for it is readily available these days. A few years ago, maybe only some of the most expensive cars would have Bluetooth/hands-free techy stuff, but now all cars have it. Using your phone without a hands-free should be illegal.

  • Yes, yes, yes

    I believe it should be illegal to use a cell phone without a hands-free device while driving. Driving is something that requires a persons full attention and while that generally includes conversations as well, it would be far safer to use a hands-free device then attempting to hold the phone and steering wheel at the same time.

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  • People should not be distracted.

    If someone is driving a car, they need to be paying full attention to the road. If they are distracted by a phone conversation they might accidentally let go of the wheel to make hand motions as well, like most people do when they are normally on the phone. This may cause a crash.

  • I think it should be illegal in general

    I think the idea of talking on a cell phone should be COMPLETELY illegal regardless if one is using a hands-free device or not. Even if someone is using a hands-free device to talk while driving, their mind is still not 100% on the road and can still cause a severe accident.

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  • No it should not be illegal

    Most people drive with one hand anyway, so why can't they be talking on the phone. My mom talks on the phone all the time and we have never gotten into an accident. So, I mean, idk it does not really effect people unless they are bad drivers. Hooray hooray


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