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Japanese Automobile Federation warns Pokemon GO players to not drive & play

These are official works coming from JAF (Japan Automobile Federation) and The Pokémon Company, all aimed at warning Pokemon GO players not to drive and play the game at the same time. Let's hope these warnings get people to pay attention!
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