NEWCASTLE, U.K. – Recent tests carried out by U.K. researchers show drivers are able to concentrate better when listening to sounds coming from speakers directly in front of them, rather than from the side – as in the case of a cell phone. Tests show drivers have limited ability to drive and use cell phone. As a result, Charles Spence, of Oxford University's Department of Experimental Psychology, says car designers should consider introducing flat-screen speakers, or “talking” ...
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