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Fiat Dayton

Obviously the government can't control every distraction but I don't see what's wrong about trying to regulate one aspect that actually can be regulated.

Public Health and Pediatrics

Because the government can, does that mean they should? Especially if it can be shown that this sort of ban doesn't result in any decrease in accidents? If not, then there will be a plethora of tickets written and no increase in safety on our roads.

Used Ford

I'm not sure what has been proven but from my own experience driving it seems that people who are on the phone and even bluetooth are distracted and not driving properly. They don't go once the light hits green (some wait for 10 seconds before they notice its green). Others swerve etc.

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