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The AA's research shows that at any one time, 100,000 motorists are flouting this law, risking a minimum penalty of three points on their licence and a £60 fine.combines flawless beauty of nude teen models with the top-notch erotic photography in its one of the largest softcore and nude art collections on the net.— Budget Showed Progress But Too Many People Still Wait for Help Massive savings for utility ratepayers due to defeat of risky out-of-state natural-gas exploration and production bill; but Florida falls further behind on help for family caregivers.) Older women are always very successful on our sites.He said it was misleading to compare mobile phone use to drink-driving, as the former only impairs abilities during a call, while the latter affects the entire journey.He added that while motorists needed to be aware of the dangers of hands-free kits, priority should be given to enforcing the current law banning the use of hand-held phones when driving.

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'Given that drink-driving was responsible for 14,480 casualties, including 460 deaths, on the road in 2007, the potential for casualties from mobile-phone use is frightening.

'Hopefully now that drivers are aware of the dangers inherent in the use of hands-free mobile phones whilst driving, the act of having any but the most crucial conversations will take on the status of a social taboo in much the same way that drink-driving has.' The road safety charity Brake said the findings reinforce its calls for a complete ban on all phone use while driving.

'We hope this research makes the general public stop and think about the importance of that phone call and think that no call is worth a life.

We also hope it puts pressure on the Government to revise the current legislation on talking on mobile phones whilst driving.' But Edmund King, president of the AA, urged caution.

Its study suggests that millions could be unwittingly risking their own and others' lives while obeying the law on phone use in a vehicle.

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