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NJ verizon users need blue tooth, driving cell phone ban July

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Jacob Suter, Jul 1, 2004.

  1. Jacob Suter

    Jacob Suter Guest

    John213a wrote:

    > NJ will join NY in the ban against hand held cell phone while driving on July
    > first.
    > I want to use a bluetooth cord free headset, I have tried and don't like the
    > ones with wires. Last I heard that the release of the Motorola 710 bluetooth
    > capable phone was between "doubtful" and early fall. The hands free
    > requirement starts July first. Anyway Verizon can get its act together and get
    > this phone out there for us to use in NJ and NY which I would guess is a BIG
    > market for them?


    Get off the phone and drive?

    If lawmakers think holding the phone makes any difference, they've
    obviously never experienced the annoyance of getting a nice chunk of
    hair ripped out by some horrible piece of engineering they call an earpiece.

    And yes, I have a Jabra earbud. Half the time the rubber part is AWOL,
    parked somewhere under a seat - somewhere not safe to go investigating
    while driving. The other half the time I do manage to find the rubber
    part without going seat spelunking, and get a chance to rip some hair out.

    But really, do you think you're at the top of your 'driving game' when
    yacking on the cellphone? If the answer is 'yes', you're fooling
    yourself. Don't be a fool.

    JS
     



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  2. Jacob Suter

    Jacob Suter Guest

    John213a wrote:

    > NJ will join NY in the ban against hand held cell phone while driving on July
    > first.
    > I want to use a bluetooth cord free headset, I have tried and don't like the
    > ones with wires. Last I heard that the release of the Motorola 710 bluetooth
    > capable phone was between "doubtful" and early fall. The hands free
    > requirement starts July first. Anyway Verizon can get its act together and get
    > this phone out there for us to use in NJ and NY which I would guess is a BIG
    > market for them?


    Get off the phone and drive?

    If lawmakers think holding the phone makes any difference, they've
    obviously never experienced the annoyance of getting a nice chunk of
    hair ripped out by some horrible piece of engineering they call an earpiece.

    And yes, I have a Jabra earbud. Half the time the rubber part is AWOL,
    parked somewhere under a seat - somewhere not safe to go investigating
    while driving. The other half the time I do manage to find the rubber
    part without going seat spelunking, and get a chance to rip some hair out.

    But really, do you think you're at the top of your 'driving game' when
    yacking on the cellphone? If the answer is 'yes', you're fooling
    yourself. Don't be a fool.

    JS
     
  3. Jacob Suter

    Jacob Suter Guest

    John213a wrote:

    > NJ will join NY in the ban against hand held cell phone while driving on July
    > first.
    > I want to use a bluetooth cord free headset, I have tried and don't like the
    > ones with wires. Last I heard that the release of the Motorola 710 bluetooth
    > capable phone was between "doubtful" and early fall. The hands free
    > requirement starts July first. Anyway Verizon can get its act together and get
    > this phone out there for us to use in NJ and NY which I would guess is a BIG
    > market for them?


    Get off the phone and drive?

    If lawmakers think holding the phone makes any difference, they've
    obviously never experienced the annoyance of getting a nice chunk of
    hair ripped out by some horrible piece of engineering they call an earpiece.

    And yes, I have a Jabra earbud. Half the time the rubber part is AWOL,
    parked somewhere under a seat - somewhere not safe to go investigating
    while driving. The other half the time I do manage to find the rubber
    part without going seat spelunking, and get a chance to rip some hair out.

    But really, do you think you're at the top of your 'driving game' when
    yacking on the cellphone? If the answer is 'yes', you're fooling
    yourself. Don't be a fool.

    JS
     
  4. Jacob Suter

    Jacob Suter Guest

    John213a wrote:

    > NJ will join NY in the ban against hand held cell phone while driving on July
    > first.
    > I want to use a bluetooth cord free headset, I have tried and don't like the
    > ones with wires. Last I heard that the release of the Motorola 710 bluetooth
    > capable phone was between "doubtful" and early fall. The hands free
    > requirement starts July first. Anyway Verizon can get its act together and get
    > this phone out there for us to use in NJ and NY which I would guess is a BIG
    > market for them?


    Get off the phone and drive?

    If lawmakers think holding the phone makes any difference, they've
    obviously never experienced the annoyance of getting a nice chunk of
    hair ripped out by some horrible piece of engineering they call an earpiece.

    And yes, I have a Jabra earbud. Half the time the rubber part is AWOL,
    parked somewhere under a seat - somewhere not safe to go investigating
    while driving. The other half the time I do manage to find the rubber
    part without going seat spelunking, and get a chance to rip some hair out.

    But really, do you think you're at the top of your 'driving game' when
    yacking on the cellphone? If the answer is 'yes', you're fooling
    yourself. Don't be a fool.

    JS
     
  5. Jacob Suter

    Jacob Suter Guest

    John213a wrote:

    > NJ will join NY in the ban against hand held cell phone while driving on July
    > first.
    > I want to use a bluetooth cord free headset, I have tried and don't like the
    > ones with wires. Last I heard that the release of the Motorola 710 bluetooth
    > capable phone was between "doubtful" and early fall. The hands free
    > requirement starts July first. Anyway Verizon can get its act together and get
    > this phone out there for us to use in NJ and NY which I would guess is a BIG
    > market for them?


    Get off the phone and drive?

    If lawmakers think holding the phone makes any difference, they've
    obviously never experienced the annoyance of getting a nice chunk of
    hair ripped out by some horrible piece of engineering they call an earpiece.

    And yes, I have a Jabra earbud. Half the time the rubber part is AWOL,
    parked somewhere under a seat - somewhere not safe to go investigating
    while driving. The other half the time I do manage to find the rubber
    part without going seat spelunking, and get a chance to rip some hair out.

    But really, do you think you're at the top of your 'driving game' when
    yacking on the cellphone? If the answer is 'yes', you're fooling
    yourself. Don't be a fool.

    JS
     

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