Putting the brakes on drivers who use cell phones

ZoomSafer, Aegis Mobility and obdEdge are selling mobile systems that answer incoming calls to alert the caller that the person they are trying to contact is behind the wheel. "If we could control ourselves, we wouldn't need any of this technology," said Donald Powers, a managing partner at obdEdge.

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