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Cell Phone Safety on the Road

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May 31st, 2009

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Using your cell phone is a convenient form of communication, but it can also become a safety distraction if you’re on the road. Remember these cell phone safety tips to keep yourself out of harm’s way.

  1. Talking on a cell phone while driving can become an unnecessary distraction and can lead to accidents. Avoid the urge to chat on your mobile device when you’re on the road.
  2. If your cell phone rings while you’re on the road, allow your voice mail to pick up the messages and return the call later.
  3. Cell phone safety means you can pull the car over to use your mobile device if you must talk en route to your destination.
  4. Allow the passenger of your vehicle to handle your phone calls or consider reserving cell phone conversations for times when you’re not in the driver’s seat.

Tip: Cell phone safety means you can pull the car over to use your mobile device if you must talk en route to your destination; otherwise let the call go to voicemail.

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