Cellphone Usage While Driving Might Soon Be Banned in Pennsylvania

Posted on September 12, 2012

A ban on cellphones and other handheld devices while driving is something one Pennsylvania lawmaker wants to make happen. The ban would offer extra support to a law already in place that makes it illegal to text while driving. The two laws would go hand in hand, allowing police to stop and ticket someone who is caught with a cellphone in hand. Last year, the state of Pennsylvania experienced over 50 deaths and 14,000 crashes caused by distraction.

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