A Canadian study says the impaired driving abilities of motorists using cellular phones is equivalent to those driving with a 0.10 blood alcohol level. If so, the Internet-connected vehicle of the near future could pose the potential risk of happy hour on wheels. If cell phone use in moving vehicles is distracting, what's going to happen when drivers can send and receive e-mail, check stock prices and surf the information highway while driving down the real highway? Auto and computer ...
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