Letter | Cellphones’ role in crashes doubted
Cellphone bans make for bad policy
Ken Michaud writes: examine proposed rules for motorists based on three principles: First, if people comply with the rule, does empirical evidence show it will increase safety? Second, does the evidence indicate that motorists will comply with the rule? Third, does the rule infringe upon personal liberties, and could enforcement be subject to abuse? Cellphone bans fail in every way.