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What is the real law on driving with mobiles? - repost
On Fri, 30 Apr 2004 21:40:44 +0100, Klank wrote:
There seems to be a lot of different interpretations of what is in
the new law to do with using a mobile when driving.
What is really the situation?
Can I use my mobile with a 'personal hands-free' device to talk
while I am driving?
Am I allowed to hold my phone while talking (and driving)?
Am I allowed to hold my phone while dialling (and driving)?
I've got a link to the actual legislation somewhere, but the rule of thumb
is that you can not hold the phone in your hand...at all! It must be
mounted on a fixed holder..even sitting on the passenger seat or your lap
is technically a nick if you are seen dialling.
John [Harold Hill, Essex, UK]
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