Court: No-phones traffic law does not apply to apps – BBC News

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BBC News
A California law that bans drivers from talking on mobile phones without a hands-free device does not bar them looking at map apps, a court has ruled. The appeals court threw out a traffic ticket issued to a motorist who was looking at a map on his phone
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