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Australian road rules

  • 2009-02-01

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    *These are national-level rules. Australian Road Rules - 2009 Version, Part 18, Division 1, Rule 300 "Use of Mobile Phones" describes restrictions of mobile phone use while driving. The rule basically states that drivers cannot make or receive calls unless the phone is mounted somewhere in the vehicle, or some mechanism exists (i.e.., Bluetooth headset) in which the driver does not need to touch the phone. The rule also includes a ban on texting/e-mailing etc. Note that this rule is stricter than most if all laws here in the US. Generally, �hands-free� refers to talking, but dialing OK to do with driver�s hands.
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