As we told you last week, the National Transportation Safety Board unanimously urged a complete ban on drivers talking on cellphones in cars, whether handheld or hands-free. The proposed ban, if passed, would be more restrictive than any of the bans which already exist in 35 states.
No one argues that texting while driving is stupidly dangerous.
But is a conversation on a hands-free phone just as bad?
Popular Mechanics contributing editor and Instapundit blogger Glenn Harlan Reynolds argues that it is not and that the NTSB is stretching the facts to support its proposal. Read what he has to say here.