No more warnings: Motorists in Washington state will now be ticketed under distracted driving law Drivers in Washington state are encouraged to put their phones out of reach while driving. (Bigstock Photo / Jessmine) Let this be a warning there will be no more warnings. Drivers in Washington state who are still reaching for a cell phone while behind the wheel will now be ticketed by State Patrol officers who have used the previous six months as a grace and education period. That period…
Raising awareness to the dangers of texting while driving have increased in recent years. To date, 39 states to include D.C. prohibits all drivers from texting while driving. 10 of these states prohibit any form
Texting while driving is 6X more likely to cause an accident than drunk driving. Although that probability rate is extremely high, this growing epidemic continues to be considered a low-level offense right along with jaywalking. A mere ticket is the only punishment. There's something very wrong here
Nobody's last words would ever want to be "luv u so much!" or "see c u soon:)". Those will be their last words if people continue to text and drive. Put down the phone and wait to text that person back because they're pretty sure that their last words to the other person wouldn't want to be "luv u so much 2!" or "can't wait 2 c u:)".
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