WHAT'S WORSE: And what are the consequences of forcing everyone to pull over and stop EVERY TIME a cell phone call is received or dialed? Or every time you need to consult GPS? That will be a lot of cabs, limos, and black cars slowing down and pulling into driveways, idling at curbside, or taking up parking spaces wherever possible to communicate.
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The Luxury Base Operators Association plans to tackle this issue immediately on behalf of chauffeured transportation operators. LBOA Secretary/Treasurer Guy Palumbo sent out a message this afternoon alerting key industry people and will be working on an approach next week.
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