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New Jersey bill aims to ban driver's use of GPS while driving

by Jonathon Ramsey (RSS feed) on Jun 21st, 2009 at 12:04PM

Satellite navigation systems - click above for high-res image gallery It is already illegal to manually use a cell phone for texting or calling while driving in New Jersey. A state legislator has aimed at the next in-car distraction: GPS devices. Democratic Assemblyman Harvey Smith wants a ban on manually programming GPS devices while driving. You would need to pull over to input your destination, or have a voice-operated unit. Punishment otherwise would be a $100 fine.Probably every single one of us has had to drive defensively around someone who was obviously not paying attention to their... Read More

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