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Topic # 42300 1-Oct-2009 20:07
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hey guys

i don't know if this is true ?please  tell:  quoted :

"New Zealand motorists are to have the use of GPS mobile phone use removed from in-car use. The New Zealand Transport Ministry recently announced that the ban, which will begin in November, will adhere to the following rules.
You may use your mobile phone to make, receive or end calls.  All email content, whether reading or composing is prohibited.GPS Navigation is prohibited on every mobile phone, barring those standalone navigation systems which do not incorporate mobile phone functions."

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http://dailymobile.se/2009/10/01/gps-mobile-phone-use-removed-from-motorists/#respond


please can some one  tell me what deference between the moblie and the car gps i don't get this its like wtf is wrong with governments law makers making such sh@@T laws

i ve have used mobile gps quite few times and i have never looked at the mobile , as i am hearing voice navigations... 




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  Reply # 260323 1-Oct-2009 20:49
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I have heard that as long as you don't touch your GPS on your phone as you drive you will be fine.

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