By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Correspondent WASHINGTON, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Drivers who use a cellular telephone, even with a "hands-free" device, suffer from a kind of tunnel vision that endangers themselves and others, U.S. researchers said on Monday. Legislation that seeks to make mobile telephone use by drivers safer by mandating the use of a hands-free device may be providing a false sense of security, they warned. New York is the only U.S. state that requires the use of the ...
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