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How to prevent iPhone audio interference in speakers
Authored by: frgough on Jan 07, '08 03:24:22PM

When you stop listening to the radio, talking to a passenger or looking at a cute girl while driving, you can give us lectures on distracted cell phone users.

Until then, spare us the example of how you've been brainwashed by the same control freaks that think it's cool to ban the incandescent light bulb.



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How to prevent iPhone audio interference in speakers
Authored by: hjeff on Feb 05, '09 02:01:01AM

If it's of interest, there have many studies going over these effects on real drivers showing that cell phone use (handheld or not) has a much more serious detrimental effect on driving than talking to a passenger, listening to the raido, looking at a cute girl, or even eating. It's right up there with drinking and sleepiness.

As someone who walks and rides his bike a lot, I can tell you that almost all the close calls caused by drivers are by those talking on the phone.



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