Posted 04-14-2010

Ann Kiernan replies:

Certainly! If you allow cell phone use while driving, that policy should require using a hands-free device. You may want to consider banning cell phone use entirely, except in emergencies. Studies suggest whether or not they are using a hands-free device, drivers who are talking on the phone are distracted from the road.

I suggest you talk to your insurance carrier about a model policy.


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