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I'll be the first one in this thread to admit to talking on the phone while driving quite frequently, albeit via bluetooth or headset. I've been doing it a number of years (when I got my first headset) and have never even remotely had an issue with it. No accidents, traffic violations or even pulled over. Frankly, I am kind of shocked by some of the blanket over the top statements in this thread and the thought that it is somehow impossible to concentrate on two things at once. Is this really that difficult for people?
If I were to make my anecdotal list of poor drivers I have seen on the road, I think distracted people talking on the phone wouldn't be near the top. Number one is definitely old people, with their poor vision and reaction times. Number two would probably be inexperienced young people. People dialing/texting would probably be after that. Almost 50% of the drivers I see on the road appear to be talking on the phone and only a small fraction of them would I say are driving poorly.