Is the jammer limited to data restrictions?

Manitoba received the harshest punishment in the country, was fined $200, and made five mistakes, but this still seems to be insufficient to prevent drivers from answering text messages or making phone calls. The police said they see someone putting themselves or others in danger by simply picking up the phone every day.

According to British media reports, on May 3, Nissan launched a dedicated signal compartment storage box to deal with the driver’s distraction. The weapon is expected to be used in future models, which can significantly reduce the interference caused by mobile phones.

Nissan called this “signal portable jammer” this weapon for the first time on Nissan Juke Small Crossover. Place a “Faraday cage” next to the armrest compartment of the car seat, which can completely prevent all mobile phones from receiving signals, Bluetooth and WLAN. If the driver places the mobile phone in the compartment, he will not be able to receive any signal, thereby eliminating the potential safety hazards caused by using the mobile phone during driving.

In order to achieve the same effect, the owner can of course simply turn off the phone. But Nissan said that the original design of the signal jammer was to provide the driver with a choice without having to turn off the phone while driving.

RAC data provides strong support for Nissan’s method. The data shows that the number of drivers using mobile phones while driving increased from 8% in 2014 to 31% last year. Mobile phone interference while driving is no longer limited to sending and receiving text messages or answering calls.