California Debates Talking Drivers

Albright, Peggy
March 2001
Wireless Week;03/12/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 11, p29
Trade Publication
Focuses on the submission of a bill that ban talking while driving unless the driver is using a hands-free device in California. Stance of Verizon Wireless; Reaction from analysts.


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