The law also bans eating, teeth brushing, shaving, hair combing, writing, sketching or applying makeup - all activities one would consider a distraction. But reading email in parking lots or calling home while parked in a drive-through would still constitute distracted driving in Alberta, and would even apply to bike couriers.National Post blogger Jesse Kline doesn't agree with Alberta's late ride to the distracted driver saloon, arguing science deflates the theory bans on cellphone use decrease crashes."It doesn't matter that the law won't actually make the roads safer. Governments don't need a problem to exist, in order to try and fix it."
I love it when someoene writes something so smart I don't feel like doing anything but linking the story.
This is one of those happy times.