Can you hear me now? Can you dig me now?

Well now there’s a study that says drivers who sing are safer than drivers who don’t. Add this to the study that says drivers who talk on the phone are less safe than drivers who don’t and you up with a simple solution: Sing to the phone.

  • http://thealguy.blogspot.com/ Al Hill

    Perfect …

  • Lonnie G. Kohn

    I was recently injured in a low speed collsion when a woman talking on a cellphone drove right into me. I saw it coming and came to a dead stop seconds before the collision.

    Espenses—-considerable

    Insurance—None

    satisfaction—–None

    There ought to be a law………

  • http://www.dsng.net Daryl

    You could set your phone to a singable ringtone, and get someone to continually dial your number. Voila… an in-car backup karaoke track. Although you’ll probably go nuts after about 2 minutes.

  • http://home.earthlink.net/~carlsdesk Carl

    I was recently injured in a low speed collsion when a woman talking on a cellphone drove right into me. I saw it coming and came to a dead stop seconds before the collision.

    Espenses—-considerable

    Insurance—None

    satisfaction—–None

    There ought to be a law………

    Lonnie,

    In most states, inattentive driving is “outlawed,” in that it’s a ticketable and will get the offender to be “at fault.” The question, really, is whether we need more laws or to be applying the one’s we have. As far as I’m concerned, the person that hurt you should have the same consequences whether they were on the cell, reading a book (I’ve seen this more than once), fiddleing with their radio or digging through their briefcase. The ultimate problem with cell phones now is their amazing prevelance.

  • Mumblix Grumph

    Singing while driving is OK, I guess. I worry about the ones who “dance” while driving.