HEARD IN THE INDUSTRY

“We need to make sure we get this right, it’s important to recognize that overly restrictive limits on in-vehicle devices could result in greater distraction as drivers substitute hand-held devices for those functions integrated into the vehicle, diminishing the effectiveness of the guidelines.”
– Michael Cammisa, Global Automakers’ director of safety, in testimony on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) proposed guidelines to reduce driver
distraction