Cellphone use while operating a motor vehicle has been on the rise for years now. Every year a new phone comes out with features such as bigger screens, faster processors, and easier ways to stay in touch with others.
With each year that passes more people find themselves using their cellphones for numerous reasons while on the road.
One of the most dangerous is texting while driving.
Many people don’t realize just how big of an epidemic texting and driving is until unfortunately, it happens to a loved one or themselves. With phone use while driving is on the rise, many states still havenít adopted some sort of law to protect drivers on the road and to ban the use of phones while driving.
All Cell Phone Use: No state bans all cell phone use (handheld and hands-free) for all drivers, but many prohibit all cell phone use by certain drivers:
Texting and Driving is just as bad as drinking and driving, yet every state has a law prohibiting drivers from drinking while driving and having penalties if one is caught doing so.
Shouldn’t texting and driving be banned nationwide as well?
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