If you read this blog regularly, you will see that I feel pretty strong about using a cell phone when you are driving; particularly when it comes to texting, which makes you take your eyes off the road in order to read and input a message.
It seems that talking and texting are not the only dangers that new or old cell phones are causing on the road, with a new survey suggesting that internet apps downloadable to used cell phones are distracting drivers, particularly students.
Emergency managers in Florida in the United State are calling for an emergency alert system for used cell phones. With hurricane season well underway in the state, it is only a matter of time before a life threatening storm hits, and many believe that the power to alert the public of the danger via their new or old cell phones is by far the best way to give people immediate information about any such crises.
The laws against using new or old cell phones while driving a motor vehicle are being cracked down on by police in Portland, Oregon as of this Tuesday.
A new bill to straighten out dangerously absurd laws relating to teen “sexting” has been approved by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee and will now go on to the full Senate in order to gain final legislative approval.
The use of new or old cell phones in movie theaters is becoming a problem, so much so than when the Texas cinema known as the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema kicked out a female patron for talking on a cell phone during a movie, she responded with a phone message of ranting verbal abuse.
An ordinance banning the use of hand held communications devices when driving inside of city limits was approved in Whitefish, Montana last week.
Users of new or old cell phones associated with Vodafone found themselves without a signal in Calcutta on Sunday. The company claims the failure in service was due to an entirely normal and planned upgrade in their services, but that loss of signal was not notified to customers, who were decidedly unimpressed to find themselves without a cell phone service for more than five consecutive hours.
A county in Indiana in the United States is drafting tough new rules to clamp down on the construction of used cell phone towers.
Hikers are being warned not to rely on used cell phones when it comes to planning their jaunts. The warning comes after two more hikers had to be rescued from Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire in the United States after wandering off the trail and realizing that they had lost their way.