are deaf people allowed to drive cars?
If they are then why can non-deaf people be fined for listening to their i-pod?
- MhgonlineLv 59 years agoFavorite Answer
Yea they just may have a problem listening to any honking, or screaming, but isn't that kinda nice for a change?
- roenaLv 43 years ago
of direction... why does no longer they be? The eyes are extra significant then the ears (in actuality, you rarely use your ears at the same time as employing), and analyze tutor that deaf drivers are in simple terms incredibly much as good as listening to drivers. some international places nevertheless do no longer enable it, that's the two ignorant and unlucky.
- DuckLv 69 years ago
Yes, there is nothing you have to hear while driving.
Well your supposed to play a CD while driving because the wires and the earphones can mess you up and the iPod is distracting.
- EmilyLv 59 years ago
Yes, my friend has a deaf friend and he drives.
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- Mop BucketLv 79 years ago
Yes, my friends father is deaf.
he can driveSource(s): edit is that a fact or are you just making stuff up?
- Anonymous9 years ago
Uh yes dumbass
- _______Lv 49 years ago
hmmm interesting lol
- Johnny BravoLv 49 years ago
Yes, blind people are not.
- AMLv 59 years ago
that doesn't seem fair now does it.