Please do not text and drive!


Texting while driving is stupid and a traffic offence. Most errant drivers do it anyway until they are caught, or get hurt or killed in an accident because of the foolhardy act.

UNLESS and until technology advances to an extent that all our cars are equipped with heads-up or projection capability, the mobile phone will be the death of us.

Scientists have already warned us about health risks associated with prolonged usage of cell phones, but there is a clear and present danger when the ubiquitous handphone becomes an unnecessary distraction when driving.

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