HHP

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AcronymDefinition
HHPHand Held Products (Barcode Reader Manufacturer, Charlotte, NC)
HHPDepartment of Health and Human Performance (formerly the Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Safety; Middle Tennessee State University; Murfreesboro, TN)
HHPHome Health Products (Germany)
HHPHealthy Heart Program (various organizations)
HHPHalf Hardy Perennial (plant classification)
HHPHospital Preparedness Program (various locations)
HHPHilton Head Preparatory (Hilton Head Island, SC)
HHPHandheld Products
HHPHtml Help Project
HHPHolistic Health Practitioner
HHPHelping Hand Program (National Autism Association)
HHPHigh Hydrostatic Pressure
HHPHonolulu Heart Program
HHPHip Hop Project
HHPHydraulic Horsepower
HHPHo-Ho-Phobia (Christmas)
HHPHand-Held Phone (cellular telephone instrument)
HHPHometown Health Providers
HHPHigh Hazard Process
HHPHemihyperplasia
HHPHubble Heritage Project
HHPhousehold Path
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It is a serious offence to use a hand-held phone at the wheel which one driver certainly seems to be doing.
Sarah Sillars, chief executive of safety organisation IAM RoadSmart, said: "Motorists need to make the connection that using a hand-held phone is a major distraction to the task of driving.
Sarah Sillars, chief executive of safety organisation IAM RoadSmart, said: "Motorists need to make the connection ts hat using a hand-held phone is a major distraction to the task of driving.
Drivers caught using a hand-held phone at the wheel face having their insurance cover withdrawn or at best, their premium rising threefold, new research has found.
Since March 1, drivers who use a hand-held phone have faced receiving six points on their licence and a PS200 fine - up from the previous penalty of three points and PS100.
I do not condone the use of a hand-held phone in a vehicle.
While I would concede that using a hand-held phone at the wheel can be lethal in certain circumstances, I fail to see what possible harm that could result from someone using a phone whilst stationary or hardly moving.
Data from the two demonstrations show that effective advertising coupled with increased high-visibility police enforcement of distraction laws reduced hand-held phone use over a widespread area.
Research by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety suggests that using a hands-free device instead of a hand-held phone while behind the wheel will not necessarily improve safety, Live Science Reported.
Sgt Brooks was called in to action in April 2009 after a 4x4 driver spotted using a hand-held phone in Swansea crashed into a police car.
It has been illegal to use a hand-held phone at the wheel since December 2003 and yet we have still seen this increase.
As state legislators across the United States enact laws that ban phoning and texting while driving, a new study is showing no reductions in crashes after hand-held phone bans take effect.