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hands-free law


Free Motorola app details hands-free driving laws

Motorola kicks off National Safe Driving Month by launching the Smart Handsfree mobile app for Android that helps users to navigate the often confusing local hands-free driving laws.

By June 1, 2010


Feds urge you to buy fire extinguisher with your hoverboard

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating whether the lithium-ion batteries in the self-balancing boards are causing them to catch fire.

By January 20, 2016


California hands-free law sparks Bluetooth boon

According to market researcher NPD, major California markets sold four times the national average as hands-free law took hold.

By July 23, 2008


Hands-free law drives big marketing opportunities

Gadget retailers know California's new hands-free law means many consumers will need to buy new gadgets--and they're taking full advantage of the opportunity.

By June 30, 2008


Hands-free kits to beat the mobile phone driving ban

From today, a new law hopes to make our roads safer -- talking on your phone while driving will now get you a £60 fine and three points on your licence

By February 27, 2007


Pairing your cell with Bluetooth? Buyer beware

If a new hands-free driving law has forced you to buy a Bluetooth mobile phone headset, this advice from the U.S. government can help protect against getting "bluesnarfed."

By July 23, 2008


News.com Daily Podcast: A ride-along with the CHP

AOL raises its subscription fees; more details on the upcoming iPhone 2; and look out, Californians. The CHP is on the lookout for people breaking the new hands-free cell phone law.

By July 1, 2008


N.Y. cell phone drive law starts Thursday

New York's law against driving while using a cell phone takes effect Thursday. The law requires that drivers use a headset or other type of hands-free system when making a cell phone call while driving. Violators could be fined $100. New York's law might be the first such law in the nation, but there is legislation pending in at least 43 states that address whether drivers should be able to steer a car and talk on a cell phone at the same time.

By October 31, 2001