If you want to talk on your cell phone while driving your car, that’s fine with me – as long as you can do it without causing an accident. I don’t believe in having the government make paternalistic laws designed to prevent you from doing so. However, if you do have an accident while talking on your cell phone – and it is found to be your fault – you should have to pay dearly.
When you are at fault in an accident that occurs while you are talking on your cell phone, it should be automatically presumed that this extracurricular activity caused the accident. As result, you should be forced to pay triple the normal fine for that particular kind of accident and your insurance company should be forced to pay triple the amount of any damage you cause to someone else and/or their property. In addition, your insurance company should have the option of refusing to pay for any of your own medical bills you incur in the accident and/or any damage it caused to your own property.
So, if you want to talk on your cell phone while driving, you better know what you are doing and you better be darn careful!