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Hanging up VX4500 in Driving Mode

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by C C, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     



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  2. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  3. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  4. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  5. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  6. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  7. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  8. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  9. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  10. Bob Scheurle

    Bob Scheurle Guest

    On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 20:50:06 GMT, "C C" <someone@microsoft.com> wrote:
    >The fact of this matter is, the user guide that comes with the phone does
    >not explain the "Driving mode" feature thoroughly. This feature is very
    >helpful in States where using a cell phone without a handsfree device is
    >illegal.


    That would be New York and New Jersey, the only two states to ban talking
    on a handheld phone while driving. And neither state prohibits _dialing_
    a phone or other button-pushing while driving, so you don't need "driving
    mode" to avoid breaking the law. The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    you need to comply with the law.

    --
    Bob Scheurle | "There's nobody getting
    njtbob@X-optonline-X.net | rich writing software."
    Remove X's and dashes | -- Bill Gates, March 1980
     
  11. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  12. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  13. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  14. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  15. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  16. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  17. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  18. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  19. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     
  20. speedlever

    speedlever Guest

    Bob Scheurle <njtbob2@X-optonline-X.net> wrote in
    news:le8je0hagm4d8cm04n8k59frdqf37oh9el@4ax.com:

    > the only two states to ban talking
    > on a handheld phone while driving


    > The VX4500's speakerphone is all that
    > you need to comply with the law


    Is *handheld* the distinguishing term here? Otherwise, you are still
    talking on a cell phone!

    .... just curious...
     

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