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Be safe while driving!

Don’t hold your phone to your head or use a headset, be totally “hands free”! We sell & install Blue Tooth Car Kits from every manufacturer so that you can be safe.

Signal Boosters

Have you been on a trip in a remote area & need to use your cell phone but can’t? Do you have an area where you go to “getaway” often or have an area where you are always at but can NOT get a signal? We sell & install Wilson Electronic car & in building boosters. Some of these devices you can easily install by yourself! Don’t miss another important call or message just because the cellular signal is horrible, give us a call & let us help you make sure you always stay connected!

Here some statistics on using your phone while driving:

  • Text messaging, or “texting” by teens, a driving distraction related to cellphone use, was the subject of an August 2006 Teens Today survey conducted by the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD). The survey showed that teens considered sending text messages via cellphones to be their biggest distraction. Of the teens surveyed, 37 percent said that text messaging was extremely or very distracting, while 20 percent said that they were distracted by their emotional states and 19 percent said that having friends in the car was distracting. The January 2007 survey by Nationwide found that 19 percent of motorists say they text message while driving.
  • Motorists who use cellphones while driving are four times as likely to get into crashes serious enough to injure themselves, according to a study of drivers in Perth, Australia, conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The results, published in July 2005, suggest that banning hand-held phone use will not necessarily improve safety if drivers simply switch to hand-free phones. The study found that injury crash risk didn’t vary with type of phone.
  • Many studies have shown that using hand-held cellphones while driving can constitute a hazardous distraction. However, the theory that hands-free sets are safer has been challenged by the findings of several studies. A study from researchers at the University of Utah, published in the summer 2006 issue of Human Factors, the quarterly journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, concludes that talking on a cellphone while driving is as dangerous as driving drunk, even if the phone is a hands-free model. An earlier study by researchers at the university found that motorists who talked on hands-free cellphones were 18 percent slower in braking and took 17 percent longer to regain the speed they lost when they braked.

Contact us today to truly go wireless!