Disconnects in the distracted-driving blame game
from USA Today
In 1930, former Massachusetts state senator George Parker tried to ban car radios because they were too distracting. Drivers today are similarly attached to their cellphones and in-car technology. But unlike the drivers of the 1930s, they're conflicted over efforts to regulate them.
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