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Add my voice to the dismay over people "needing" their phone while riding. Haven't we learned anything from the cagers who drift into us while texting/talking on their phones?

Gail
Philly, Yo!, PA
Thursday, June 28, 2012
I strongly feel that having an accessory that mounts a cell phone on the motorcycle is not promoting safe riding. A rider has to constantly be aware of obstacles and surroundings while riding, and looking at a cell phone is an added distraction. Pulling over to the side to confirm a GPS location is much more safer than taking your eyes off the road while riding and looking at a cell phone.

Bikers' insurance rates will certainly go up when accessories like this increase in sales.

Lisa
Austin, TX
Thursday, June 21, 2012
I use the maps on the phone when traveling. The other day we were looking for a street and in South Carolina signage is greatly lacking so we ended up stopping and getting the phone out to look at the map. If I had been able to look at it while traveling I would not have had to stop and then turn around and go back. I do not talk on it while riding or driving in the car but the map is very useful.

Christine Stuart
Williston, SC
Monday, June 18, 2012
I use my phone for GPS.

Sandy Smith
East Bay, CA
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
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