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Cell phone use distracts drivers / Edmunds -- Cell phone use is a danger to others / Mark Borgard -- Cell phone use while driving may not always pose a danger / USA Today -- Cell phone use leads to "inattention blindness" and can prove fatal / William Saletan -- Refusing cell phone conversations with drivers is hard but necessary / Shannon Penrod -- Cell phone use while driving can make women safer / Bruce Siceloff -- Cell phone use while driving needs staff penalties / Ian Mulgrew -- Real estate agents need to use their cell phones while driving / Jordan Wyner -- Hands-free devices keep drivers safe / Canwest News Service -- Hands-free devices will not make drivers safer / Melissa Healy -- Smart phone applications to curb cellphone use are imperfect / Peter Svensson -- Cell phone users cause traffic delays / University of Utah News -- Texting while driving is more dangerous than driving under the influence / Charles Moore -- Any technology can be distracting to drivers / Simon Usborne -- Truckers are at greater risk when texting while driving / CNN -- The trucking industry opposes texting bans / Pierce, Herns, Sloan & McLeod, LLC -- Truckers welcome a texting ban / Laura Hampson.
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