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Submission + - Why The NTSB Is Wrong About Cellphones (

YIAAL writes: After a multi-car pileup involving two school buses, the NTSB is urging states to ban all cellphones and personal electronic devices in cars, even hands-free phones. But on looking at the NTSB report, it appears that the big problem was a school bus driver who was following too closely, and another school bus driver who wasn't watching the road. Why is the NTSB targeting gadgets instead of bad drivers?
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Why The NTSB Is Wrong About Cellphones

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