For that, you might want to consider call blocking technology.
The FTC said, “Many cell phones come with menu options that allow you to block calls from specific numbers, although there may be a limit to the number of numbers you can block. also typically features like Do Not Disturb, where you can set times when calls will go directly to voicemail. “
Industry sources explained that each cell phone provider has lists of numbers that they have determined to be potential spam. This is how a call is identified as a spam risk or potential spam.
You can also download an app to block calls. Major service providers offer call / spam blocking services in every package. For a few dollars per month per line, you can get an enhanced plan. Check with your supplier for details.
Question: Judging from the traffic around me on a rainy day, it seems a lot of people don’t know they should have their lights on when it rains. Can you recall them?
A: Gladly. General Statute NC 20-129 requires drivers to use their headlights from sunset to sunrise, when there is insufficient light to discern a person or vehicle on the roadway at a distance of 400 feet, and when the wipers are on in fog, rain, sleet, snow or when adverse weather conditions or environmental factors significantly reduce the driver’s ability to clearly discern a person or vehicle on the roadway from a distance 500 feet in front of him.