Washington became the latest state to enact a law banning texting or cell phone use without a headset while driving. On March 26 Gov. Chris Gregoire signed into law a bill that makes it a primary ...
Law makes it a primary offense to be caught holding a cell phone to your ear or texting while driving.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has drafted a proposed regulation that would ban text messaging and restrict cell phone use.
In 2009, more than 200 distracted driving bills were considered by state legislatures.
Knoxville News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable took time to concur with our readers, who recently voted I-40 in Tennessee as the nation’s best highway segment in our annual Highway Report Card. However, if he didn’t know ...
It’s a pity that it takes the heavy hand of government to ban practices that common sense would say are stupid, if not deadly. Such is the case with text messaging while driving, which the ...
Choking on food while driving, invalid fishing licenses and a contestant with a record are among the oddities discussed.
The sample state law would authorize law enforcement officers to stop a vehicle and issue a citation to drivers who are texting while driving.
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