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Submission + - No hands or voice activated texting not safer (washingtonpost.com)

Meshach writes: Recent study in the Washington Post verifies that using hands free or voice activated texting is no safer then texting with your hands while you are driving a car. Using a hand-held device to tap out a text message while driving has been banned in many states and provinces with the expectation that using hands free is safer.
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