Gary Richards

San Jose Mercury News

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Writer of the "Mr. Roadshow" column for the San Jose Mercury News

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We've heard how cars are evolving into mobile communications devices.

Paying for Roads in the Future

We've heard how cars are evolving into mobile communications devices.

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Driving while talking with a phone  to your ear is a crime in California starting tomorrow. It’ll cost 20 bucks for the first offense but no points against your driving record.

Hands on the Wheel – Cell Phone Law Takes Effect Tomorrow

Driving while talking with a phone to your ear is a crime in California starting tomorrow. It’ll cost 20 bucks for the first offense but no points against your driving record.

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