10 Hot Hands Free Devices to Comply With New Hands Free Cell Phone Laws


Author: Lowell Steiger

Published On: July 27, 2008

From practical to stylish, high tech companies worldwide are developing and marketing new hands-free devices to help you comply with the new hands-free cell phone laws in various states in the union.  Being an attorney who represents injured people, I’m thrilled to see the proliferation of these devices.  I can’t tell you how many clients will come to me after a devastating car accident and say “She/he was on the cell phone and didn’t see me.”  It reminds me of a case that I had several years ago where my client was rear-ended by a guy who was watching a DVD while driving in the fast lane of the 101!

I found a great article on Channel Web entitled 10 Hot Hands-Free Devices for Cell Phone Law Compliance. They list the following devices (click on each one for detailed information or click here to view individual photos of these devices!):

  1. Plantronics Voyager 520, around $40
  2. Sennheiser VMX 120, around $189
  3. Jabra JX 10 Series, around $70
  4. Ford Sync, built into various Ford products
  5. Aliph’s New Jawbone, around $100
  6. Parrott Mini-Kit, $50-80
  7. Magellan Maestro 3140, around $140-400 (GPS with Bluetooth!)
  8. Motorola T605, around $150 (music and Bluetooth)
  9. Anycom Solar Bluetooth Kit, around $80 (yep, it’s solar powered)
  10. BlueAnt Supertooth Light, around $90

You know how I’m always ranting and raving about driving hands-free. Heck, I don’t expect you to not talk while driving (that’d be saying “do as I say, not as I do”) but, please, go hands-free and keep both hands on the steering wheel. Please don’t let this happen to you or a loved one.

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