December 1 — today — is the day when NSW P-Plate drivers can no longer use a mobile phone, even if it is in a proper cradle, for GPS, texting, or phone calls. The use of dedicated GPS devices in a cradle is fine.
Radio-frequency spectrum needed for the operation of short-range high-resolution automotive radar has been allocated in the 79 GHz frequency band, in a move designed to help improve road safety.
Reaching for mobile phones while driving is dangerous and can increase the risk of crashing by 900% according to the latest research, according to the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association (AMTA).
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