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International Journal of Innovative Research in Computer and Communication Engineering
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No matter how many times our elders told about the ill-effects of using cell phones while driving, but how many of us have taken their advices seriously. But whether we like it or not, it is one of the major reasons for number of accident that are happening nowadays. Even doctors have now recently stated that talking on cell phones while driving is as fatal as driving our car after drinking. It can lead to various disastrous major miss-happenings. Certainly there has been large number of figures that shows that people have used their mobile phones just before their accidents. Studies have shown that if people reduce their usage of cell phone while driving, it can cut off the accident rates too. So next time if your cell rings, make sure to answer your phone call only after when you reach your destination and not in-between the way. In this a concept Proposed to overcome this, it consists of two devices former the vehicle section once we start the ignition the RF signal transfer’s from the vehicle to mobile immediately it changes to Driving mode. If mobile receives the call, it attends and gives the voice information, if the call is emergency only means it will inform the driver through ringing.If a driver once attend the call them the speed of the vehicle will be decreased. In order to increase the Speed of Vehicle driver must end the call.

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Author(s): S.Mohanram B.Aarthi C.Silambarasan T.Joyce Selva Hephzibah


Driving mode, vehicle section, mobile section, Emergency call, Cellular Communication

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