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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    And I agree with you there, if you are that exhausted, then you shouldn't be driving and certainly not driving and talking on your mobile. But a lot of those stories didn't involve any of the risky things you have mentioned.
    I think talking on your mobile while driving is risky enough to be labelled negligent if something happens. Maybe a spinoff..?.....

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    Yes, absolutely! I saw a woman yesterday driving around 20 km through our school zone and I was thinking that it was better than speeding, but when she went past I saw that she had her mobile between her ear and shoulder...driving in a school zone! Gah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    I think talking on your mobile while driving is risky enough to be labelled negligent if something happens. Maybe a spinoff..?.....
    I'm in on that thread. Curious about whether people think Bluetooth conversations where you're not touching the phone are okay or not. If they're not okay, how is it different to having someone in the car with you?


 

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