A surprising article from The Register following the publishing of a list of only nine mobile phones that are really compatible with car kits.
Although the ITU has not named the worst performing phones, it does explain that only 30% of phones tested passed. Also, surprising (in view of the fact that models evolve so quickly) is that the testing was carried out over a year ago and the test results only just made public!
The article has sparked a debate (see comments) as to whether a hand-free mobile is any safer.
What are your thoughts? Do you actively use your mobile hands-free or do you engage a "no phones" policy when driving?
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