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DDD 2009

For all of the drivers on cell phones

 I just posted this in 'All states', but because it's such a huge issue here in Cali, I need to post it here as well.

Everyone should get a bluetooth car speaker. I just got one and it's amazing! I admit to using my phone when I drive sometimes, but I definitely pay more attention to driving than my conversation. I'm not one of those who drift into lanes, cut people off, neglect to signal lane changes and the list goes on and on.

The speaker I got is a Motorola T305. It works with ANY cell phone and any carrier. I found it on ebay for $45 (brand new). It retails for $90. I bought it from the ebay store thewirelesspro. I highly recommend them because they have excellent service and very fast shipping. 

It's very easy to connect with your phone and you can clip it right to your visor. So you can keep your attention on the road and you don't have to hold the phone to your ear.

Check it out on ebay. It's well worth it to keep the roads safer.

Fell free to post any questions for me. I check my blogs daily.

Drive safe everybody.

Monday, June 11, 2007


Wednesday, June 13, 2007

   Hey Sassygirl...I have one too and I love it.  Also did you know that current studies are showing that using a bluetooth reduces the radiation (SAR) exposure level to your brain when you're using your phone?  (I'm not citing any sources here since for one that's too much work and also it's not like I'm writing a school paper for crying out loud.)  So to me it's a win-win situation for everybody.  It was so easy, it took me about an hour to figure it out, the model I have is the *I think* Motorola H700.  Anyways, I'm totally with you on this one!!


Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Thanks Momma!! I believe you about the new studies. It makes sense that it would significantly reduce your radiation exposure because there's nothing right next to your head. Could you imagine how much more radiation people are exposed to when they use the headsets? I would think that it would be worse than just using the phone because they have the earpiece directly in their ear, just centimeters away from their brain! Scary thought.


Thursday, June 14, 2007

Hey Sass (sorry I love giving nicknames)

I'm not totally convinced those studies were right but it does make sense, doesn't it?  At any rate I've come to the same conclusion, that if it becomes necessary that one must talk on a cel during driving, a headset is the way to go.  I love mine, it's so easy and convenient.  It lives in my car and every  now & again I'll bring it in and charge it.  Also my little girl is now almost 18 months old so you can bet I have my hands full most of the time :)

Til next time, xoxo                     



Thursday, June 14, 2007

Hey Momma,

I don't mind the nickname so don't worry :) The bluetooth device I have is not a headset. It's a speaker that I clip to my car's visor. I love it! It doesn't take my attention away from driving at all. It's perfect because it's louder than my phone's speaker and it eliminates background noise and road noise.

Sounds like your headset really comes in handy with a toddler. I'm a Nanny so I know how much of a handful babies and toddlers are :)

Take care Momma! 


Friday, June 15, 2007

 Wow, that sounds even cooler than the one I have...I think I've seen it before in rentals.  Either way, it makes it a LOT easier to drive and in your case I'm betting you're getting a lot less of that SAR exposure I was rambling on about earlier.  Right on sassygirl.


Friday, June 15, 2007

 Right on Momma!!


Friday, June 29, 2007

 I see at least one person during my commute each day who has a hands free device.  When I pull alongside them on the freeway to see why they are going 45 mph, they are usually having a very animated conversation.  Phone in hand or not, there are too many people who are too stupid to maintain the speed limit and talk at the same time!


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