Law against using the iPhone while driving

Yesterday, Ontario legislature passed a law banning the use hand-held devices like the iPhone or BlackBerry while driving (with exceptions for cases like headsets, etc.).

I got an iPhone as soon as it was available in Canada, and since then, it is very rare for me not to be using it while driving. But I agree with this law. Very soon after getting an iPhone I noticed a degradation in my driving, because I wasn’t concentrating on the road. I’ve had two instances in which the driver behind me honked, because I didn’t move when the traffic light turned green. No matter what the circumstance may be, we come to you to fix your Samsung and Apple Phone Repair wherever and whenever you need us, taking the hassle out of repairing your devices at the store.

Going back to driving without using my iPhone will be like trying to kill a drug addiction, but I understand why it has to be done, so I’m considering selling my iPhone, since now a days you can sell your iPhone online to avoid the hassle of in-store trade-ins and an easy and fast process. A cell phone repair may be the exact solution you need, offering you a cost-efficient way to keep your device and often results in all of your data being completely restored, but if you think your data may be lost you can ge your phone repaired in georgia by the best professionals on this, so they can repair your phone and be able to recover your valuable data,  photographs and memories for you.

4 Responses

  1. Neil Rashbrook April 24, 2009 / 9:39 am

    It will be interesting to see how well that law is enforced; as far as I can tell here in the UK where we have a law banning all hand-held mobile phones it only seems to get used as an extra stick for those people caught doing something else wrong.

  2. Simon April 26, 2009 / 12:38 am

    @Chris – you’re entirely correct. Laws like this might be an annoyance, but they’re right that people who aren’t paying attention to the road are a hazard to everyone else (whether they’re texting, or changing the radio, or dealing with a screaming child).

    @Neil – consider the effect on insurance. If you have an accident while talking on your phone – even if entirely blameless – you can expect your insurance company to use it as a reason to not pay out.

  3. acne May 7, 2009 / 6:44 am

    i think it’s just about the risk when you driving while using cellphone, gadget, and other not just and iphone 😛

  4. コピーブランド July 29, 2009 / 7:06 am

    think it’s just about the risk when you driving while using cellphone, gadget, and other not just and iphone

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