It is crazy what some people do. Yap, text or Facebook while driving. Mobile phone use in a car now attracts five demerit points in NSW. Double that during peak accident times.
The five points penalty (was three), along with hefty fines ($330 in NSW up to $447 in the ACT) will end most licences. And if you are learner or P-plater that phone must not even be in plain sight.
Last year GadgetGuy reviewed the Jabra Freeway – hands-free on the highway.
It is one of the better hands-free devices. At $169.99 offers some of the best, clearest sound I have heard with very effective noise cancelling for clear voice.
Even if you have a relatively late model car its Bluetooth pairing can be hit and miss. On many occasions, my phone has rung, and the car missed it.
During the Jabra Freeway test 100% of the time, it found the phone. In fact, you can have two phones paired to it – work and private or his and hers.
Jabra, engineers, recommend looking for the following features to help you stay connected on the road.:
I bought one for the millennial daughter too! What more can I say? Millennials think the laws are meant to bent slightly just for them. “Officer it was an emergency.”