Legal compliance doesn't equal compet...

Legal compliance doesn't equal competence

There are 1 comment on the The News-Review story from Apr 11, 2010, titled Legal compliance doesn't equal competence. In it, The News-Review reports that:

I try very hard to be legal. Very hard. A fact made evident by my faithful following of Oregon's newest driving law, which states that you can only use a cell phone if you use a hands-free device that allows you to keep both hands on the wheel while you are driving.

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Wallace Clendening

Eugene, OR

#1 Apr 15, 2010
I loved your article, but things have changed since the advent of vehicle air bags. Your "10&2" position of the hands while driving was good in the past, but now will possibly result in a broken left hand as it impacts the left window upon deployment of an air bag. Check with your local EMT to verify this...

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