Sunday, August 2, 2009


States have incorporated social engineering tactics to try to reduce the number of drivers driving and using their cell phones, but these tactics have not been successful thus far. For example, in 2007 there were as many as 7,000 drivers stopped for cell phone violations in Connecticut. Some offenders got off light as they were not even ticketed for the violation; many others who received tickets did not pay!

The media, too, has stepped up its campaign against driving and talking on cell phones by continually citing reports that offer more evidence that driving and chatting do not mix.

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