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  • Driving Safely While Using A Cell Phone - Hands Free


    Ventaclip - Keep your Hands on the Wheel and Live!

    (, August 12, 2014 ) Sarasota, FL -- texting on a cell phone

    When getting behind the wheel of a vehicle the driver is responsible, not only for his/her own life, but the lives of other people in the vehicle and other road users. It is imperative that he is not distracted by unnecessary diversions, such as searching for a phone, having just dropped it on the floor of the vehicle while trying to drink the first coffee of day; or manually answering calls on a cell phone, scrolling down to find a particular contact or even worse, texting while driving. Studies have shown that texting while driving impairs a driver's ability more than being over the alcohol limit. All these actions require the driver to take his eyes off the road and they also impede concentration.

    Many countries in the world have now banned the use of hand held cell phones in order to promote safer driving. In counties which still allow hand held phones in cars, the driver's love of life and the lives of those around him should impel him to use a hands free kit, to enable him to make hands free cell phone calls from his vehicle.

    There are many horror stories out there of people being killed or permanently disabled by drivers who are happily texting on their phones, checking their email or arguing with their spouse. All these actions mean that only one hand is on the steering wheel, so in the case of an emergency, precious time is lost by dropping that phone in order to get the other hand back on the wheel. That split second could mean the difference between life and death.

    One good tip for safe hands free driving is to turn off all email and text alerts, so that only incoming calls are heard. Those emails and text messages can wait until the vehicle has stopped. If it is vital to use a cell phone while driving, then use a hands free kit and pass on this wisdom to family and friends.


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    Donna Coleman


    Source: EmailWire.Com


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