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Oct
11
2015

Phone Will Most Likely Be Confusing

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You may have seen the Texting While Driving public service announcement (PSA) from Wales. If you haven't seen it, your teen probably has. The PSA clip has nearly 5 million views, almost 900 blog posts and has been tweeted over 2,200 times. Seventeen duplicate videos are available for viewing. All this with zero promotion by the video's producers a small county police hands-free department in southeast Wales.

According to the Governors Highway Safety Association. hand free phones: 7 states (Calif., Conn., Md., N.J., N.Y., Ore. and Wash.), D.C. and the Virgin Islands prohibit all drivers from using Hands free equipment while driving. Except for Maryland, all laws are primary enforcement-an officer may cite a driver for using a hand free phone without any other traffic offense taking place.

I am privileged to have friendships with a number of new sound device. I talk with them using Auslan (Australian Sign Language). I have learned that there are vast differences between hearing and deaf communities and cultures. I know that many hearing people have a lack of understanding of deafness. My aim is to increase understanding.

Talk on the phone with a hands free device. If you must talk on the phone during a commute use a hands free device to keep both of your hands free while you're talking. Keep your conversations lighthearted so you don't take your concentration off the road.

If you are ASL (american sign language) fluent, you can volunteer to hearing advice teach and/or keep an eye on the children throughout the night on Wednesdays. The church is also in need of fluent interpreters for worship service on Sundays. You can reach the church office at (254) 836-9584.

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