10 Jan Texting and Driving? Too Much, New Laws
Let us be real, these days, texting and driving is no longer texting and driving. It is more like social media-ing and driving, or navigating maps and driving because smart phones have come so far in just a few years. This has caused driving and cell phone laws to be expanded, starting this year.
Starting this year, cell phones must be mounted to the dash, the lower left or upper left corner of the windshield, if the driver wishes to use it while driving. With it mounted, the driver may make one single tap or swipe on the phone.
Other laws regarding cell phone use while driving still exist of course, but the new ones just expanded on them.
The goal is to reduce distracted driving and consequences of such instances like accidents and arrests.