Both are actually rights.
Driving is inherently tied to the right of free association. It is, in much of the US, the only means by which one may freely associate with persons of ones own choosing.
Cell phone use is, rather obviously, tied to the right to free speech.
Any activity where one must obtain permission before taking part in said activity is not a right, but in fact a privilege. This includes, driving, concealing a firearm, or owning a business. You can call it what ever you want, but the fact of what will happen if you do any of these things with out said permission precludes them being labeled as "rights".
As a side note, simply saying "WRONG", in all caps no less, does not a strong argument make. As far as I'm aware there is no legal precedent which supports your assertion, and if you would be willing to provide that support I will happily redact my statement.