You Can’t Use Your Cellphone’s GPS to Navigate Your Car in Massachusetts

A new Massachusetts law signed by Gov. Patrick on Saturday bans using a cellphone for navigation; standalone GPS receivers are still okay. In other words, using a TomTom device is okay, but using TomTom’s iPhone app while in the car is now illegal in the Bay State. Weird. (The law also bans no-brainer things like texting and driving.) Via GPS Tracklog.