26 Blog Posts From the CELL PHONE Tag


6 Reasons Why Parents Should Negotiate Driving Rules with College Students

6 Reasons Why Parents Should Negotiate Driving Rules with College Students

Most college freshmen are very happy to leave their parent’s house and enjoy their freedom. But the problem is that they tend to forget that college life is not only about new opportunities, but also about responsibilities. While senior students are more responsible and independent in making important decisions, the first year students still need […]

College Students & Distracted Driving

College Students & Distracted Driving

When you are a student at college, you strongly believe that you are mature, full of energy, independent and experienced enough in lots of spheres. You usually live separately from your parents and nobody controls you. Your life is full of adventures, studying, parties and hobbies. You need to be mobile, so driving must be […]

To Record or Not to Record, That is the Question: oos E-Newsletter #512

To Record or Not to Record, That is the Question: oos E-Newsletter #512

An interesting phenomenon is being reported by some members. Police officers approaching their vehicles during routine traffic stops are asking an opening question different than the traditional, “Do you know why I stopped you?” Rather, in this day of rising popularity of dashcams and the ubiquitous presence of smartphones, the opening query is just as […]

Parenting for Profit

Parenting for Profit

Cars are supposed to transport us — not parent us. The government disagrees, of course. That’s not new. Uncle has been working hard to parent grown adults since at least the 1960s, when it first got into the saaaafety business. Which of course is really the control business — and that business is as old […]

No more Policymaking by Procurement

No more Policymaking by Procurement

Privacy Groups and Cities fight back against Pervasive Surveillance This article first appeared in the oos quarterly magazine Driving Freedoms Summer 2018. With no checks and balances, local law enforcement should not be spying on citizens. A number of cities, with the help of privacy groups and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), are opposing […]