As a result, the BMA wants the Government to change its guidance to: 'Never use a hands-free phone while driving.' The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents welcomed the report. 'RoSPA knows of at least 16 cases where mobile phones have been implicated in road deaths. That may well be the tip of the iceberg,' said a spokesman. RoSPA makes no distinction between hands-free and to-the-ear mobile phones.
BMA wants ban on hands-free phones
01/06/2001 in NEWS