Olympus OM-4T, 40mm f/2 Zuiko Auto-S
Agfa APX 100 (x/7-98)
A law went into effect here this summer prohibiting drivers from holding their phones in their hands while driving.
The only reason I pick up my phone in the car is to skip a song or start a new playlist. I play music from my phone over the car’s Bluetooth link. But my car is just old enough not to have integrated controls. The only way to interact with my playlist is via the phone itself.
I bought a phone holder that clamps to the vent’s louvers. Because the phone is so available, it tempts me more to interact with it. Could Indiana’s new law have backfired?
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