While on a cell phone, eating, (using one hand)?

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    Sun Feb 27 2011

    Can, I? Yes. Am I stupid enough to? NO. I ignore my calls and wait until I stop to get a coffee or gas or whatever to call back. I can't understand why anyone thinks its okay. How many people have been killed because of it? If you talk or text while driving you're a goddamned tool. A douche. You're worse than a drunk driver, at least they have the excuse that alcohol impaired their judgment. Stop doing it, you're going to kill some little kid crossing the street, or yourself.

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    Sat Feb 26 2011

    At least I thought I was excellent at it. The policeman that handed me a ticket for being on a cellphone and driving wasn't as impressed.

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    Sun Mar 28 2010

    over excited fools they are, abusing trade with distractions. only back seat drivers are allowed to use the phone, laptop or weapon(including food)in a moving vehicle over any surface

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    Thu Feb 19 2009

    If you do this, please let me know what roads you'll be on so I can take a different route. Sorry folks, but this is idiotic. (Pardon me if I just insulted you, but read on.) There's a huge problem just by itself with talking on a cell phone while driving, let alone also doing something else at the same time. The cell phone problem is not the holding of a phone -- the real danger is the conversation itself, which causes what experts call "inattention blindness." The conversation diverts your attention from what's going around you in traffic, causing accidents. You're 4 times more likely to cause an accident when talking on your phone! Research indicates it's as dangerous as drunk-driving! Fatal crashes involving cell phone-using drivers are disproportionately high for "inattention" and typically involve drivers striking something in front of them or leaving their lane of traffic. Phone-conversing drivers have impaired reactions to vehicles braking in front of them, to crossing pede... Read more

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    Wed Feb 18 2009

    I've driven with my knee while doing 95 MPH before.... (on the autobahn of course) (unless thats illegal then im just kidding)

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    Mon Dec 08 2008

    I can do it, but it's not very safe.

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    Wed Nov 19 2008

    I can do either one, but when using the cell phone, my driving ability goes from one of the best out there down to much below average. Eating isn't much of a problem.

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    Sat May 12 2007

    Yep, I don't make a habit out of it, but I do it.

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    Thu May 10 2007

    "Can I"? Yeah. But I choose not to if possible. UPDATE:  To emphasize this point, yeah, most people "can" drive while eating/talking on the phone, but to quote Chris Rock:  "You can drive a car with your feet if you want to; it don't mean it's a good !@#$ing idea!"

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    Wed Feb 22 2006

    Good with the cell phone, not so good with the eating. Even with the phone if I get into areas I feel I need to pay closer attention like busy traffic or bad weather, then I hang up.

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    Mon Nov 07 2005

    I have been known to drive one handed sometimes. Once in a great while eating{although i do not think you really should in case of choking} I do not own a cell phone, if i did I would not use one while driving. only maybe if it were an absolute emergency and i could not safely pull over. It really annoys me to see so many people using a cell phone while driving.It is too distracting and dangerous.

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    Sat Oct 22 2005

    i can but i prefer not to just because of the safety factors. i have a friend that will talk on her phone and she cannot do both and its scary and annoying while she does it.

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    Sat Oct 22 2005

    Not legally, here in the Peoples' Republik of New York.

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    Sat Oct 22 2005

    I can't... and also, along with the ban on smoking, I think the no cell phone law is one of the few good things that the state's government has come up with. It is pretty dangerous.