Mobile carkits go solar powered

By on

With $9.3 million worth of fines collected last year in NSW alone, drivers can no longer afford to risk their hip pocket or more importantly, the safety of themselves and others.

Drivers who continue to ignore the law will be hit with a fine of more than $240 for using their mobile phone while driving.

According to data obtained under Freedom of Information, the total fines for mobile phone users in New South Wales alone jumped by 65 percent to $9.3 million in 2007-08.

Australian mobile accessory distributor, Cellnet, has launched a new product, the Free2Talk BC900, onto the retail market which enables drivers to meet the current law standards, and could reduce their risk of being fined and involved in road incidents caused by mobile phone use.

The product is the first to use solar power to recharge, alleviating the need for distracting cables hanging from the car visor while recharging.



Got a news tip for our journalists? Share it with us anonymously here.

Most Read Articles

You must be a registered member of CRN to post a comment.
| Register


Will Coronavirus impact the channel?
Yes - By making it harder to order hardware
Yes - Cancelled conferences and business trips will be widespread
Not directly - It will slow the economy and that may have an impact
No - We can't see any impact
Not negatively - It's already created demand for things like remote access
View poll archive

Log In

Username / Email:
  |  Forgot your password?