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WKetel   12/1/2012 12:58:01 AM
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Driving is a full time job and just changing a distraction to eyes-free and hands-free does not remove it as a distraction that still requires thoughts and attention. Stopped in traffic is one condition, but 75MPH on a crowded expressway is no place for distractions. Why can't the rule makers figure that out? In fact, even 35MPH is still unsafe for distracted driving. Not just eyes wandering, but attention focused on other than driving. Will folks ever figure that out?

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