California Bans Driving & Talking on Cell Phones


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On July 1, 2008 California will be the 5th state to pass a law that bans the use of any hand-held mobile device while driving your car or face a $50 fine the first time they’re caught using a cell phone while behind the wheel. That’s right, one more law for your to secretly brake while driving.

But what’s a ban for drivers is a boom for Bluetooth technology providers like Parrot who offer hands-free car kits.

Checkout this hilarious new hidden camera video from Parrot which captures 5 different driving instructors going ballistic on a young student driver who won’t stop talking on his cell phone!!! 🙂

Parrot 3000 EVOLUTION

Parrot 3000 EVOLUTION Features:
* Voice recognition dialer
* Uses the car speakers
* Easy to install and to use
* Discreet and elegant design
* Voice menu
* Languages available: English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Portuguese, Chinese, Russian, Czech.
* Voice recognition dialing
* Redial function
* Auto connect on incoming call*
* Volume control
* Multi-user, pairing up to three phones

Parrot MK6000

Parrot MK6000 Features:
* Playback of music files from a Bluetooth stereo A2DP source: mobile phone, MP3 player, and so on “TTS” voice synthesis of the names in the kit’s phonebook
* New signal processing algorithms with “Parrot Beamforming® “, noisereduction and echo cancellation
* Built-in voice recognition software
* Automatic phonebook synchronization (if TTS)
* 6-button user interface (including one scroll knob)
* Multidirectional and positionable twin microphone
* Pairing: up to five phones
* Number of contacts:
– 8 000 max. with TTS
– 150 per phone paired, without TTS
* Number of voicetags:
– 150 max. with TTS
– 150 per phone paired, without TTS

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2 Responses to “California Bans Driving & Talking on Cell Phones”

  1. Joey Bagadonuts said on June 11th, 2008 at 1:16 pm

    Hahaha….FUNNY!!…But that kid deserves a beating.

  2. said on June 20th, 2008 at 10:49 am

    Awesome. I really hope this is enforced. I was almost in another accident yesterday from some idiot on his cell phone not paying attention.