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Ontario Hands Free Law

Posted Jan 13 2010 11:08am
Ontario has a new hands free law (no using hand-held devices like cell phones while driving) and so everyone is looking for ways to stay connected while keeping safe and not breaking the law. I personally think the law is a good thing considering how many accidents happen when people text. Being distracted is never a good idea when you are in control of something that can so easily cause huge damage. And beyond that all you need is a good hands free solution like Voice on the Go and you are all set.

Voice on the Go® is a powerful new voice solution that allows drivers to send texts and listen to emails with their hands on the wheel and eyes on the road. Go to for a free 30 day trial. There is nothing to download and nothing to install. It works on ANY cell phone, ANY handsfree device, and on ANY wireless network.

Here is a Voice On the Go Youtube video



It sounds like a good idea to me.

I do think it is a little funny how times have changed... I seriously remember lying in the back window of the car waving to the folks driving behind us... whose kids were also seatbelt-less waving right back :).  But we are in a new world now where hands free email and hands free texting are becoming a necessity!

Ironically I don't even OWN my own cell phone... but I think I might be the only cell-phone-less person left in Canada :).  My husband has one though and he has been looking for good hands free solutions and that is how I discovered Voice on the Go. And to be perfectly honest I am still amazed that it is even possible to convert voice to text... the people who invent these things are just beyond intelligent.
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