Here's a thought I had In NJ there is a cellphone law that states the driver of a moving vehicle is prohibited from using any electronic device unless it's a hands free device. Now there is an exception to this law for amateur radio, we (licensed amateur radio operators) are not included in the electronic device law when we are operating an amateur radio. My question is, what if I was using my phone, but I was using echolink. A program that essentially turns my cell phone into an amateur radio transceiver. Where would the law stand on such a unique situation? On one hand I am using my phone in a non hands free matter. But I am also using it as my amateur radio, which the law states is an exception to the cell phone law.