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Does it bother you to see people on their handheld mobile phones while driving?

By Scarlet . Created on 05 Sep, 2019
Vehicles 170 votes | 12 Comments
YES - It does bother me

YES - It does bother me

NO -  It doesn't bother me

NO - It doesn't bother me

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YES - It does bother me
Hans Proebsting said 3 days ago
The rate of offending is still excessive. Time to redesign cars and phones so that phones don't work inside cars.
YES - It does bother me
gkenah said 6 days ago
Hell Yes. In fact I often toot at them and indicate to put it down.
YES - It does bother me
Mrs said 7 days ago
Do I think it was OK for the guy who missed T boning my car only because I braked while he was talking on his mobile and going through a red light because his conversation was so important to be able to do that? Funnily enough NO
YES - It does bother me
Jules said a week ago
All the no voters are probably the ones on their phones!!!
YES - It does bother me
braunhi said a week ago
Jules thanks for your message. Didn't think about that but maybe it is true. lol. Take care and enjoy your week. B.
YES - It does bother me
Greg said a week ago
you don't need the distraction while you are driving remember "get your hand off it" campaign
NO -  It doesn't bother me
Alan said a week ago
To me chatting on a phone (hands free or not) is no different to talking to anyone of the passengers in the car. Nor do I see the difference between holding a phone or the microphone of a two way radio which the last time I checked was legal to use everywhere in Australia. I use hands free on the bike via blue tooth into the helmet intercom which answers the call automatically. As yet I haven't worked out how t...
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YES - It does bother me
braunhi said a week ago
Thanks for your message Alan. I agree with the texting issue and also to talking in the car. I only say this because I have seen children really misbehaving in cars while the parents are on their phones. Take care and enjoy your weekend. B.
YES - It does bother me
Paul said a week ago
Apparently it is dangerous even to have a 'hands free' conversation while driving.

The rationale being that the person on the other end of the phone can't see any complex driving situations and stop talking like a passenger in the car would be able to. ...
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YES - It does bother me
braunhi said a week ago
Thanks Paul for your message. I have seen people on their phones with their children really misbehaving in the car. Yes I too put my mobile in the glovebox or on silent. With my little granddaughter I always put on music for her and she has her ipad. This to me is a blessing while driving. Take care and enjoy your weekend. B.
YES - It does bother me
braunhi said a week ago
Yes it does. Totally unacceptable. Even see people at the lights texting with children in the car. Speak to the kids if they want someone to talk too. The phone can always wait your kids grow too fast.