Phone Safety

SAFETY TIPS

In many states, using cell phones, while driving, is against the law.  While driving, cell phones should only be used if there is an emergency.  An emergency means dialing 911 or some other emergency phone number.  It does not mean calling home, work, etc.  However, in many cases we allow the cell phone to become a "regular passenger" in our cars.  If you must use a cell phone while driving:

TO PREVENT YOUR MOBILE PHONE BEING STOLEN FROM YOUR HOME.

  1. Ensure all windows and doors are secured when you leave.
  2. Don’t leave valuables such as mobile phones on display.
  3. Try to keep such items in a secure or concealed location within the home when left unattended.

If your mobile phone is stolen don’t perpetuate the market for stolen phones by purchasing another stolen phone. Buy your phone from a reputable mobile phone outlet.


STOP TELEMARKETERS FROM CALLING!