Oh, how I love my friend CJ! He's such a gift and a blessing. I had been running around for days trying to find a copy of the original "Layla" by Eric Clapton. Forget trying to find a copy of it on audiocassette in Los Angeles. I was going to have to go to CDs, which I don't have in my car. But I was on hands free a hunt.
I began to re-think my position buying a Hands free equipment, and not just because it could be hard to tell who people using them were talking to, either.
Time - to rearrange seating or their working position to enable them to work to the best advantage of the new sound device. They are the experts - use their knowledge!
Get a hands free device (Bluetooth headset). Research has found that by using a hands-free device, drivers are spending less time handling the device such as dialing or picking up the cell phone. Even though this will not completely eliminate the distractions, it will certainly make the trip safer for others and yourself.
I saved my favorite answer for last though it deserves its own category as it's not good bad or ugly and it sure as heck won't land you in traffic school it's just hearing advice for the lack of a better adjective schmoozy.