NTSB Seeks to Ban Use of Hand Held and Hand-Free Devices in Cars

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Last week, the National Transportation Safety Board issued a press release detailing its plans to move forward with the implementation of a nationwide ban on the nonemergency use of portable electronic devices (PED) while driving a car.

The driving force behind the proposed regulation is to prevent car accidents caused by distracted driving, thus making the roads safer for everyone. As explained in the press release, accidents caused by distracted driving have increased substantially in recent years and the NTSB believes that banning the use of PEDs is the best way to reduce these types of car accidents...

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