Proposed MA Legislation Seeks to Require “Hands-free” Cell Phone Use While Driving

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker on Tuesday “proposed his most sweeping set of road safety rules yet, calling for Massachusetts to join 16 other states in requiring hands-free cell phone use while driving and proposing to allow police to stop motorists for not wearing a seat belt,” according to Boston’s PBS station, WGBH. Various pieces of “hands-free” cell phone legislation have been introduced in recent years by members of the State House and Senate and while some have included clear exemptions for Amateur Radio operators, others have been vague or non-existent on the matter. State Government Liaison Hank McCarl, W4RIG, quickly … Continue reading Proposed MA Legislation Seeks to Require “Hands-free” Cell Phone Use While Driving