Bridgeport, West Virginia, Outlaws Cellphone Usage One Year Early

Posted on July 10, 2012

The City Council of Bridgeport, West Virginia, is putting an early stop to texting and cell phone usage in cars. On Monday, the city council passed a law that bans all hand held device usage while driving. A statewide ban goes into effect a year from now, but the council chose not to wait. Hands-free devices are still legal though.

To learn more about the city’s efforts, click here.

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