Handheld ban for drivers age 18-20 years old (Primary law) Ban on all cell phone use (handheld and hands-free) for bus drivers (Primary law) Ban on all cell phone use.
YES they do and i always see them using them all the time!!!
The problem up to this point is there is no reliable study. Almost all major cell phone studies conducted have either been fundamentally flawed or bias one way or the other. Really, it shouldn t take some big study or a law for people to realize how dangerous driving and talking on a cell phone is, let alone texting while driving. Here s a pretty good spin on how driving and talking on a cell phone inhibits your ability to use defensive driving techniques: http://www.drive-safely.net/cell-phone-driving.html Not sure how this sparked hatred towards truck drivers, but truckers are plucked from the general population just like everyone else. The vast majority of truck drivers, such as myself, are very concerned with safety. We are very worried about distracted driving. We see it daily by motorists riding in our blind spots, passing us on the wrong side (always pass trucks on the left), tailgating us, cutting us off, and performing other dangerous maneuvers as they yap on their phone or search a playlist on their iPod. Sure I have a CB radio to keep me informed of road hazards up ahead, and I have a GPS which I set up before I leave out, and I have Sirius/XM Radio (how is that anymore distracting than an AM/FM radio?) but I certainly don t watch TV or play on my laptop. And as somebody who can see into other semi s as they pass me or when I pass them, I ve yet to see a trucker doing that. I can t say the same for people driving their cars though.. Yes, there is a very small minority of truckers who are unprofessional and have no business being on the road. They usually weed themselves out after a few years. Be careful about lumping an entire profession in one category. Without trucks, you wouldn t have the very computer you re reading this on.
i live in hughson, ca. and have received a cannabis card and wanted to know if i could plant my plants outside. i was told that i would have to check the county guidelines for where i live and couldn’t find anything.
Stanislaus does not have any ban on outdoor growing. The counties that do act to have such a ban in place have the problem that their local ordinances interfere with a right given under state law Health and Safety Code 11362.5 and 11362.77(a), in which the state law allowing 6 mature or 12 immature plants preempts local ordinances.
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the only possible reason that it would be ok to use a cell phone while driving is if the driver sees an accident or some other emergency on the road and needs to call the police. i did a presentation on the opposing side for a speech class 1 year ago, and there are definitely a LOT more reasons why people should NOT use phones while driving. GOOD LUCK on your debate. :)
Introduction. Use of cell phones, also known as cellular or mobile phones, while driving though very common remains a highly controversial topic.
Cell phones are everywhere and have undeniably become an integral part of everyday life. Everyone from teens to seniors seems to have one on their person even toddlers know how to use them for games and entertainment! Just a few years ago, cell phones were simply used to speak with someone. Now their functions reach far beyond verbal communication to email, texting, entertainment and so much more.
Yet, cell phones can also be problematic or creators of untenable situations. Now, many localities have enacted legislation to prevent distracted driving talking, texting or using apps while driving. Theaters ask patrons to silence them or turn them off. Libraries frown on the ringing and use of cell phones on their premises. And, of course, schools question the benefits of having a cell phone in class, particularly when they can be a distraction from instruction. Should cell phones be allowed at school? Can they have an instructional purpose in the classroom?