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What should you do if your cell phone rings while you're driving (and you don't have a hands-free device on you)?



A. Answer the call because it may be an emergency
B. Let the call go to voice mail
C. Immediately pull off the road and answer the call

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Asked by Tiwarivi, Last updated: Feb 19, 2018

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E.Ruth

E.Ruth

Answered on Feb 19, 2018

B. Let the call go to voicemail When driving your car, it is important to ensure the safety of yourself, your passengers, the pedestrian, and other vehicles on the road. You must maintain 100% focus to make certain that you are aware of everything that is happening in your surroundings. Answering your phone while driving may cause you to lose focus and may lead to accidents and unfortunate events.

If your phone rings while you are driving and you don’t have a hands-free device available, just let it go to voicemail and call back after you arrive at your destination. If the call is important, you can carefully find a safe spot to park and then answer the phone or call the caller back.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Feb 28, 2017

Let the call go to voice mail
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