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Hands free devices, you get what you pay for

It's Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and that means officers are focusing more than ever on drivers breaking California's cell phone law.

The warnings are displayed on freeways and highways across the region. If you're caught breaking the cell phone law, it'll cost you at least $159. So how much will it cost you to be "hands- free"?

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_Q_2046d ago

I still marvel over the people who still manage to drive slower and less aware despite having a hands free device. You what really gets me? Iphone users with the white headphones on(both ears mind you) while driving...YOU PEOPLE ARE TERRIFYING. You already have the easiest phone to use in the world. How can you not drive?