Matt Sundeen

Bluetooth options and pending talking-while-driving bans support the hands-free sale By Collin Keefe This past June the New York State Assembly approved a bill that will ban motorists from using handheld cell phones while driving. Forty other states across the country have proposed similar bills in the past year, and various municipalities have either enacted or proposed legislation restricting or outright outlawing drivers from using cell phones behind the wheel. Of the 115 million cell phone users in the United States, an estimated 85 percent use them in their cars. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates that between 20 and 30 percent

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