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Old 12-05-2007, 03:39 PM
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[QUOTE=mattschuette;185000]Right, it's the noise-blocking aspect of headphones that, to me, makes them dangerous to use while driving. Of course, car stereos are often way too loud to hear outside noise anyway, but headphones even at a low volume level could be a problem. Also, since there are noise-canceling headphones and in ear monitors which really would block a significant amount of noise, I would imagine it is just easier/safer from a law enforcement perspective to ban all types of headphones while driving.

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Gotto go with the flow...
Your reasoning implies that deaf folks should not drive due to safety concerns.
This will also help law enforcement to not discriminate, I guess.
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