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Critics Hope To Repeal California’s Hands-Free Texting Law

Some critics have been voicing their opinion regarding California’s hands-free texting law, which may be repealed if the National Safety Council is able to convince lawmakers and bring them to their side.

According to recent articles, some believe that the amendment allowing drivers to text using hands-free devices could actually lead to more distractions, posing a serious risk to drivers across the state.

What some of the critics are worried about is the fact that the driver will be distracted because he or she will be focused on dictating the message.

The amendment that allows drivers to use hands-free devices was seen as a way to allow for the use of new technology without compromising the driver’s safety.

To learn more about this new amendment and what critics are saying about it, follow this link for the full article.

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