Pennsylvania Legislators Want to Get Tough on Cellphone Driving

Posted on September 17, 2012

Pennsylvania legislators appeared at Pittsburgh’s Children’s Hospital to promote legislation than would make talking on a cellphone while driving illegal. Fines of $50 and $100 for illegal cellphone use would be imposed for regular driving and school zone driving, respectively.  The potential ban would be similar to current penalties for texting while driving.  There would be certain exceptions for GPS devices.

Click here to learn more about the potential ban.

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