I have a specific question as to what constitutes an 'interactive communications device' under the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) (Amendment) (No.2) Regulations 2022, or other relevant UK Road legislation.
Would a handheld DAB Radio fall under this definition? I have attached a picture of the device to this thread. It is not capable of accessing the internet.
I won't really be taking the risk and using it whilst driving in any instance (i.e. pressing the buttons or holding it), I just wondered if it would be legal for me to have it switched on and stored in the door compartment and have my earphones connected to it?
It seems a bit of a grey area as to what constitutes an 'interactive communications device' and I would rather not take the risk and use it in any instance, but just wanted to ask as I am rather curious if a DAB Radio (that cannot access the internet) is classed as an 'interactive communications device'.
Thanks for any comments!