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13 years 8 months ago #25048 by beedee
cell ph and driving was created by beedee
Not sre how one does it, but it looks a good idea

www.teendriverssource.org/media/teen/detail/114

can someone explain, I sure would like to have it on at times

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13 years 8 months ago #351954 by sod
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Me too maybe she just locks it in glovebox??? I have been knowen to leave mine in places :) :)

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13 years 8 months ago #351964 by DiDi
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beedee - I'm picking that she has turned it off and put it in the compartment many cars have, below the stereo.

You could always get yourself a hands free phone. :D My daughter has one. Can't say I like it as it sounds a bit like when you are on speaker phone.:(

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13 years 8 months ago #351969 by spoook
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My understanding from the PSA (public service announcement) is that she texts back "NNID" to advise her madly texting friends she is driving.
I don't think there is a facility in her phone to "park" it.

It is just to educate the teens not to text and drive. Sorry Beedee, just ignore it while you are driving [;)]

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13 years 8 months ago #351978 by wyseyes
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The trouble with handsfree it won't stop the irresistible teenage urge that forces them to read and answer a text within milliseconds of receiving it.

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13 years 8 months ago #351995 by stephclark
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oh well done spook.. i saw this this morning and have been thinking that it must be some feature of the service provider.. doh! same as turning it off.. saves messages for you until you turn it back on.. :) ..also has taken me a while to figure out nnid.. but then i am not a txting teenager :D

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13 years 8 months ago #351997 by beedee
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I wasnt sure if it was a feature or the act of sending a reply and those kids can do group messages, I havent learnt that yet.. then yes turning off.. and now we all know what NNID means
or dead
or drunk

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13 years 8 months ago #352007 by Toast
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Good one, Beedee. Drunk, dead, dormant .....

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13 years 8 months ago #352080 by Organix
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It's still reliant on the cellphone user being responsible enough to not use the phone while driving and judging by the increasing frequency of cellphone use by drivers, since the initial decline after the law change, the problem is very much in lack of personal responsibility, not the tools needed to make it easy :rolleyes:

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13 years 8 months ago #352157 by NZ Appaloosas
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Hard to answer the phone, be it a call or a text, when the phone's on the backseat and you're in the front seat! ;-)

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