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California is making it much harder to use your smartphone while driving

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It’s time to use that Amazon gift card for a phone mount for your car — California is cracking down. 

Starting Sunday a new law is making it even harder to use your phone in the car. Throughout the state you already can’t text, scroll around, click or look at messages on your phone while driving, and we’ve been long trained to never bring our phones to our ears while talking.

But starting Jan. 1 2017, you can’t even have your phone in your hand or out to click or swipe something. It will have to be mounted to your windshield or dashboard — only then can you tap your screen to make sure that that new Google Maps route delivers you out of traffic hell. Read more…

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