Hands Free Texting, E-mail, and Internet Search Services â€“ License Plate Messaging
SayType Is the Most Effective and Complete Alternative to Touch Texting Available, Connecting All Drivers Free of Charge
Innovative Driving Solutions That Work Instantly From Any Phone Using Standard Voice and Text Messaging Services
SayType.com is giving everyone with phone service something to talk about; an innovative service that uses voicemail to instantly turn talk into text and send accurately converted messages to any phone, e-mail address or license plate. SayType also searches the internet and translates messages into selected languages. Call or text 916-947-7325 or visit www.saytype.com for details.
â€œOur solutions are easy to use â€“ leave a voicemail up to 2 minutes â€“ receive or send a text message â€“ arrive faster and safer every time.â€ John Kent, SayType inventor.
Hands free driving solutions:
* touch free texting * voice to e-mail * text-to-voice * internet search * turn-by-turn directions * traffic conditions * current drive times * find locations â€“ 411 * connecting drivers with license plate messaging
SayType connects your phone with powerful technology using services you already know how to use â€“ voicemail and/or texting.
According to AAA, nearly every person admits touch texting while driving is dangerous. LA Times reports more than 50 percent of drivers continue texting while driving regardless of the potential consequences.
According to the CHP, drivers who get caught one handed will now pay $76 for first time violations and $190 for additional offenses. English and Spanish speaking drivers now have an alternative to touch typing while driving. Call 1-877-SayType.
In 2006, the CTIA reported 81 billion total text messages sent in the U.S. The U.S. Department of Transportation reported that 16-24 year olds accounted for 385,167 driving injuries and 13,740 deaths in 2006. The New York Times reported the largest texting demographic users are 17-24 year olds, 40 percent admit regularly touch texting while driving.
The risk of touch texting accidents is increasing.
In 2008, the CTIA reported 85 billion text messages are now sent each month, a number expected to reach 8 trillion annually by 2014.
Transport Research Laboratory and Clemson University conducted similar in-depth studies of texting while driving last fall:
* Steering control dropped 91 percent. * Driverâ€™s reaction times are 35 percent slower when texting, which was 23 percent slower than drivers at the legal alcohol limit. * A text message took an average of 63 seconds to compose while driving. In 60 seconds, a vehicle travels half a mile at city speeds.
In 2006, there were 17,602 alcohol-related fatalities in vehicle crashes. Touch texting is more distracting and more common than drinking while driving, but equally as deadly.
â€œSayType is a real life saver for everyone.â€ Alvin Lee, SayType Co-founder.
* answers questions * language translations * dictionary definitions * weather conditions
SayType offers solutions everyone can enjoy using technology that integrates with all phones, including landlines.