DriveAssist Blocks Incoming Calls When Driving
2) What is the speed for the trigger? 10MPH? slower? 5-10MPH isn't an unreasonable walking or jogging speed... yet a car at that pace, driving by someone who isn't paying attention due to their phone, could still be dangerous. So, which is it: can I not talk/txt while jogging, or can I still cause property damage as long as I'm just driving slow enough?
1) What if you're not the driver? You can't talk on you cell nor do messaging if you're a passenger? Sucks. I do lots of txt and some calling when I'm on public transportation for my commute to work.
Didn't you read the article? It says passengers can override the feature. As for the speed trigger, not sure what that is. I do a lot of bicycling, and I can achieve speeds of 20-40mph. I typically stop to receive calls, but would prefer to have my phone ring as opposed to going straight to voicemail.
It's a nice tool, but not for everyone in every situation.
Ok, so even if you never disabled the service, youre still gonna stop at a light or stop sign, and then your phone rings... Do you struggle between picking up the phone and slamming on the gas, or how does that work?? Assuming you decided to do both, once you take off again, does your call drop?
Dude I love the conversation and the replies. I am getting a kick out of this! This is a stupid service. If you don't want to answer your phone then don't answer your freaking phone.
"OMG it's ringing and I'm stopped but I need to keep driving! I don't know what to do! Do I answer it? Maybe it's an emergency? Oh lord please help me in my time of need!"
I do agree that this is a good app though.
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