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Transportation Head Calls for Full Federal Ban on Cell Use In Cars

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Oh yes please of great leaders!!


Apr 27, 2012, 1:09 PM
Oh yes, this is what we need, more laws and restrictions. Soon we won't be able to have anything in the vehicle at all. As someone else said, eating, make up, it's all destractions.

Where's the law that says do not commit sexual acts behind the wheel? I mean after all I would think that would be more of a distraction. Wait... you mean we don't have numbers for that? Shock....

The only reason this is even coming up is because we can actually prove through cell phone records, that someone was on the phone at a certain time. No one is going to admit to eating, putting on make up or commiting sexual relations behind the wheel lol

Soon all road ways will be surrounded by concrete walls to avoid distractions and then people will all fa...

Apr 27, 2012, 1:20 PM
Ugh really? I had to typo in the heading? lmao

Apr 27, 2012, 2:44 PM
Just another in a long list of examples of the federal government attempting to overreach their authority. I especially like the part about withholding federal highway funds if the states refuse to comply. Here's an idea... instead of potentially punishing the responsible driver that answers a call at the wrong time, let's hold the people responsible for the 3,000 deaths that actually caused them. 3,000 victims means as many as 3,000 perpetrators. Prosecute them for vehicular manslaughter, and make plenty of noise about it. Stop infringing on individual and states' rights.

Apr 28, 2012, 7:24 PM
This is how the Feds forced mandatory seat belt laws and minimum 21 drinking ages upon the states.

Apr 29, 2012, 1:44 PM
True and that was legislative through congress, have fun with this one. The DOT doesn't have that mandate.

Apr 29, 2012, 5:17 PM
Don't you just love fascism?

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