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3 thoughts on “Cell phones and texting at ferry terminals

  1. I can’t believe that someone actually complained about texting at the ferry terminal being a major reason for ferry delays. I don’t support texting while driving, but common sense needs to apply sometimes. However, some people will just whine about anything.

  2. Relying on common sense is dangerous. Common sense has all but disappeared from public life. Someone will get ticketed for using a cell phone in a ferry lane, even if their engine is turned off, simply because some trooper decided he can. “Moving vehicles” should mean “moving.” WSP does not write the laws. The legislature does. WSP is supposed to enforce the laws, not invent its own.

  3. How about as the vehicle is moving toward the ferry to board and the driver of said vehicle is on the phone? Would that be considered illegal? Where are the troopers in this case? And yes, people talking on their phones while driving onto the ferrys can cause a delay, THEY DON’T PAY ATTENTION!

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