- Apr 4, 2014
Depends what the passenger is wearing in terms of mini-skirts and low-cut tops, and the quality of the flesh in viewI wonder how having a conversation with someone over the phone via bluetooth compares to having a conversation with someone sitting next to you in the passenger seat, in terms of driver distraction?
This.. i don't see anyone advocating that so bleh.Next up, listening to the radio is a distraction..
Yeah go through a proper broker,dial direct outsurance etc are all part of the same group so basically one company and usually those are the ones you find on Hippo etc."Direct" being the key word in their name.
Get decent insurance and not with Out Insurance either.
If I'm talking to someone in the car while I am driving I rely solely on hearing to communicate. At no time do I take my eyes off the road to look at them or my hands off the controls to use hand gestures.I do not question the results. I find it difficult to concentrate even when talking over the hands free kit. I think the difference is because you only rely on hearing to to communicate. When you talk to someone in the car, you have the non-verbal component and the other person is also aware of the environment, i.e. experiencing the movement of the vehicle around corners, braking, noticing the view.
Not long ago I was driving behind a woman who was regularly taking both hands off the wheel to make hand gestures and repeatedly turning her head to look at her passenger.... that type usually have a tendency to use hand gestures for emphasis into the bargain
More like.. if you crash in Gauteng, chances are good that either you or other party did not obey a traffic rule or not paying attention to whats in front of you.If you crash your car using a hands free set...you shouldn't be on the fcking road, period.
Sounds like people want to blame everything else, except their bad driving skills.