I may have spoken to this somewhere along the way but if I have, it's worth repeating. Most all of our forklifts have onboard computers that they use in loading and unloading. Based on what I can tell, the forklift driver can glean much information from these devices as to what door a shipment goes to, where a certain shipment is located, etc. Step on one of our docks anywhere in the system and you will observe a dock worker punching up info on this little computer while he is looking at it. The dangerous part is that they are ALL able to do this while the forklift is moving. This makes for an extremely dangerous situation. The reason for the above explanation is that once our tractors are in motion, our Qualcomms become useless. Yes we can hear the voice of Andrea Averitt read aloud information to us in that sing-song garbled tone that you need to be a rocket scientist to decipher. If 30 forklift operators can roll over a small piece of concrete and be able to punch info into their computers with their eyes on the screen and not where they are going while pedestrians are walking about, why can't the drivers punch up the screen and read a door assignment or a dispatch conformation? I ride with my screen blocked out and many times am rolling by the time a response to a dispatch comes back. I'm not stopping to read the message. I guess my point is that if we can be distracted by fiddling around with the Qualcomm in an attempt to hear the message read to us, why can't we light up the screen and read the message? This entire double standard baffles my mind. I have an idea for Central. Send me a text..... I'll read that (and yes, I know the rule/law about texting).