Sprint launches Drive First app that keeps your eyes on the road, not on your smartphone
1. ayephoner posted on 14 Sep 2011, 07:32 2
good idea for teenagers, but kids should be able to talk/text as a passenger...
...or on a bus, train, plane, boat, any other moving vehicle that goes over 10mph
3. snowgator posted on 14 Sep 2011, 08:15 0
But wait.... isn't this idea constantly giving information to Sprint which can track your location, sell it to the highest bidder to create the stalker of Sprint's choice, and send your privacy into the great abyss? Call CONGRESS!!
Actually, I love this idea. I try to remember to set my phone to vibrate when I am driving, and even then I find myself reaching for it just out of habit. I have loaned my truck to my 19-year old Daughter a couple times, and SEEN her reading a text as she drove away. My Wife is almost as bad. I would put this on the list of apps I would pay for.
4. parkwaydr posted on 14 Sep 2011, 08:30 0
It works off the gps? Im positive most kids no how to shut off thier gps........
5. PeterIfromsweden posted on 14 Sep 2011, 08:35 1
Well, i don't like this idea. Next in the US, they might want to get a law saying that all phones have to have similar restrictions while driving...(that won't never happen in sweden, here you are even allowed to hold you phone while talking and driving).
9. snowgator posted on 14 Sep 2011, 10:16 0
Thank the Good Lord, you all must have WAY better drivers than what we have here, Peter!! The times I visit Chicago- Illinois, St. Louis Missouri, or Indianapolis Indiana, I cheer for laws to keep cell phones out of drivers hands. They get on the phone, it is like they are AIMING for us!! :-)
10. bolaG posted on 14 Sep 2011, 13:30 1
wasn't it a guy from Europe that lost his license because he was using like 3 phones at the same time, drinking a coffee, smoking a cigarette, getting a BJ from a prostitute; all while driving :P
6. downphoenix posted on 14 Sep 2011, 09:01 2
Like the idea of the app, dont like the $2 a month fee. WTF sprint?
8. SpaZ (unregistered) posted on 14 Sep 2011, 10:02 1
You sir are a moron. You don't like something that has the potential to save lives? How ignorant could you be! It is people like you that kill people on the road while reading a text that consists of "k".
12. dj (unregistered) posted on 14 Sep 2011, 16:23 1
he actually thinks bada has a chance to succeed. what do you expect?
11. Sprintboiii (unregistered) posted on 14 Sep 2011, 16:13 0
Yea great idea except i think our partners @ T-mobile have it for free and have had it for 3 months now and running. its called Drivesmart: calls get forwarded to voicemail unless you have a bluetooth then they go straight to your bluetooth and textmessages are replied with a message automatically. =(