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but this would screw up train passengers still.
but the mental effort of trying to hear, understand and respond to someone is still a significant distraction from the road.
Should we also prohibit passengers from talking?Especially those pesky little "half passengers".
What's really needed is a phone that gives the person at the other end a good view of the road ahead so that they can behave like a passenger and shut up when they can see that the driver needs to concentrate more on the road.
Is there any data to support a conversation in person being less taxing than a conversation over the phone?