Canadian Group Behind Hands-free Law For Drivers

Careless, James
December 2000
Wireless Week;12/04/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 48, p21
Trade Publication
Reports that the Canadian province of Ontario is considering a law that would prohibit drivers from making wireless phone calls. Stance of the Canadian Wireless Telecommunications Association; Communication devices that are in question; Concerns over wireless handsets.


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