We were talking on the Moose Morning Show on how, just looking at your cellphone while driving can get you a ticket. That made me think of this story I saw yesterday about a driver pulled over for eating, but not doing anything else wrong.
I was talking with a friend of mine yesterday who works for the Augusta Police Department and was asking about police policy on cell phone use in vehicles. I recently heard that someone got pulled over looking at their phone at the Bangor Street/North Belfast Avenue stop light. That person got a $300 fine! So, here's the deal.
Colonel Robert Williams, currently chief of the Maine State Police and a 30 year veteran of the state police, joined us on the Moose Morning Show. Safety on the highways is always a priority, even more so this time of year during the holidays.
Get this…those fancy hand-free features in your car; they might not be as safe as you think they are. Two studies seem to indicate just because you have the ability to make hands-free call or whatever; it may not be safe to do it. I guess, if you are in your car and on the roadway you still have to put driving first.
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