Horror Stories Or Verifiable Truth?

Vaughan, Allyson
July 2000
Wireless Week;07/31/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 31, p12
Trade Publication
Reports on the issues concerning the dangers posed by wireless technology in vehicles in the United States. Estimation of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on the number of accidents caused by distracted drivers daily; Legislation and measures taken by various states addressing the issue of in-vehicle technology.


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