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Re: Cell phones and driveing

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06-02-2014 05:40:55

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You keep harping about talking on the cell phone being no different than talking to someone else in the car, multitasking, blah blah blah blah blah...

Yet, here we are. Everyone knows someone who either wrecked or has a story about almost wrecking while trying to talk on the phone.
You *NEVER* hear about people wrecking while talking to a passenger.

If there was no difference, then how do you explain the above?

I'm not saying there should be a law. I think people should be allowed to off themselves through their own stupidity, and if they happen to take someone with them, it's tragic but it's the price of living on this planet.
Our politicians, and most people, seem to think we can outlaw accidents and freak occurrences. We can never chalk anything up as either a true accident or freak occurrence, we always have to talk it to death and eventually outlaw it.

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06-02-2014 16:17:55

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 Re: Cell phones and driveing in reply to mkirsch, 06-02-2014 05:40:55  
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mkirsch, blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah. You are dead wrong on that. It is very well documented that young inexperienced drivers are FAR FAR more likely to have a problem when there is a passenger in the car. As a result many more responsible parents don't allow passengers in the first six months or a year. So sure you can say that this is just kids, but in reality passengers still distract, but maturity makes it less of a problem, but still a problem.

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