What's your opinions for people who use the mobile phone when they are driving?

@youless (95250)
Guangzhou, China
June 15, 2007 12:36am CST
I think it's not a suitable behavior. It can be dangerous to make a call when you are driving. As you can't focus to drive. The best way is you have to park your car in the roadside and then you make a call by your mobile phone. Never do something that may be dangerous for yourself but also harmful for others. Such as using the mobile phone while driving is an example. Any accidents may happen.
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@tracy1985 (654)
• China
15 Jun 07
I think it is dangerous for you to use cell phone you are driving.it will make you be distractible.
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@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Jun 07
You are right. It's wrong to drive and meanwhile talking in the phone.
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• United States
15 Jun 07
I my area, if you are caught using a cell phone or mobile phone while driving, you can get a ticket. What you call the best way is a requirement by law here. I know someone who saw a car that was just not moving on the road properly. My friend saw that the driver was talking on the cell phone. He got him by getting in front of him, & then started slowing down so that the guy was behind him very close. When the guy on the phone almost hit him, he dropped the phone.
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@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Jun 07
Thanks for your reply.
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@Calais (10900)
• Australia
15 Jun 07
I dont like it, if my phone rings I will pull over to the side. Here in Australia its illegal and if you get caught you can get fined.
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@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Jun 07
It's a good law. Thanks for your response.
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• India
16 Jun 07
i feel sch ppl are not only bad world citizens but also very mch immatured. the chances of meeting wit an accident is far mre. tht person is not only putting in danger his own life but also other pedestrians who are walking near by. its a very bad habit and ppl shudnt do tht.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
No doubt, it's a bad habit.
• India
16 Jun 07
Talking in mobile phone while driving is never a good idea, wheather a beginner or a highly experienced driver. It may lead life into danger and others' life too.It is always better to keep the mobile in silent mode or in switched off condition while driving, because, even the ring may take away your attention from driving and any mishappenings may happen. So, friends please keep it in your mind to have a safe driving.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
I hope everyone will have a safe driving.
• India
16 Jun 07
yes u r rite, people should never use a cell while driving coz slight misattention can cause him to pay with his or someone's life .............. and can results big accidents so i will suggest them to never use cell while driving and if its urgent park ur vehicle and use cell
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
It's wise to part the car and then make a call. Thanks for your reply.
• India
16 Jun 07
Hi:Whatever you shout people not ready to hear you. They will foregt whatever you say,Instead tell mobile users while driving, speak more today only you will not survive for tomorrrow . Best of luck, Life is full of challenges. To educate yourself visit: http://harikrishnarao.co.nr/
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
In fact some calls are not important, but people just want to be cool to speak when they are driving. They have never realized how dangerous it will be to themselves and others.
• India
16 Jun 07
People should not use mobile phone while driving. By doing so, they are not only make their riskier, but also the life of persons accompanying them in the vehicle and the people who are travelling and walking in their way. They should think of it. In case of urgency, they have to stop their vehicle at some place and then go on with the call. After finishing the call, they can start again.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
Yeah, they should stop the car to call. It won't waste a long time but also be safer.
• China
16 Jun 07
it is really dangerous!!!!
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
Thanks for your comment.
@lingli_78 (12844)
• Australia
16 Jun 07
well, i think it is very irresponsible and reckless to drive and use your mobile phone at the same time unless if you have a hands-free...even then, i won't agree to it as your attention will be divided and you can't focus on the road in full when you are talking on the phone at the same time... in australia, you will get a heavy fine if you do that...
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
Irresponsible and reckless are very good description for this behavior. Anyone who breaks this and receives a punishment is fine. At least it can warn others not to do it again.
@easy888 (10405)
• Australia
16 Jun 07
Hello.youless,it is really dangerous to use mobile phones when driving,especially if you are driving in one hand and answering the phone in the other hand,that mean you are driving with one hand only. Even you are using hand free,it will be better ,but still you may be distracted from driving as you may have concentrated on talking and listening as well. May be if you really want to make a phone call,it may be better to pull over and do it.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
I totally agree with you, thanks for your reply.
• United States
16 Jun 07
I just hate it when people drive while they are doing anything BUT driving. It makes me even more of a careful driver because no one around me is paying attention.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
You are right. Being much more careful is better.
@pinkista (892)
• Philippines
16 Jun 07
it's not safe to use your mobilephone while driving or while on the road since it might take you into accident. Most people got crashed or accident because of the mobilephones. It's better to changed your mobile phone to silent or turn it off.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
That's right, I appreciate your response.
@Stryker14 (138)
• Qatar
15 Jun 07
One of the most of the Road Traffic Accidents that happen are cause by driving while using a mobile phone.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Jun 07
So I think this kind of behavior should be banned.
@Sir_bobby88 (8244)
• Singapore
15 Jun 07
Well actually the bluetooth earpiece actually helps out a bit , but accident still may happend , even if you are day dreaming yea
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Jun 07
I still think bluetooth can't make sure the security.
@priya_ot (72)
15 Jun 07
no it is not at all advisable to talk over mobile while driving.its too much of a risk yet people find it fashionable to do so..despite traffic rules highlighting this fact,some people show their reckless behaviour.they should stop it right away for the sake of safety for themselves and others
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Jun 07
You are right. It should be banned. It's as dangerous as driving when you are drunk.
• Malaysia
15 Jun 07
it is dangerous though to talk on the phone while driving, especially if you don't have a handsfree..i think it's ok, provided that they are using a handsfree and know how to multitask (drive & talk on the phone at the same time) ..sometimes i do make calls or answer calls when driving, but the conversation doesn't last long because i don't have a handsfree hehe. i've come across some people who talks on the phone while driving with no handfree and they drive SO slow, blocking my way! i mean if there's no car behind them it's ok, they can take their own sweet time..but sigh..they should just pull over to the roadside and talk or something.
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Jun 07
I still think it's better not to make a call when you are driving. As it could be cost a high "price" for this mistake. Some mistakes that we should never make in our life.
15 Jun 07
it's dangerous for them and for the other on the road. If you have to make an emergency call you can stop the car, make the call and than drive again
@youless (95250)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Jun 07
You are right and thanks for your reply.