Cellphone trucks a thriving industry in New York
The lengths teens will go to, to get their hands back on their mobile devices as fast as possible: now, students who are not allowed to take their cellphones into school, are able to leave their phones in a truck outside their schools.
New York City is now creating a thriving industry off of students paying a dollar a day to leave their phone in a truck parked near to their school.
Cellphones, iPods and iPads, are banned in all New York City public schools, but the rule is largely unenforced, as administrators often say that if they don’t see the phones, they don’t know about them, The Washington Post reported.
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