We can never get enough reminders not to text and drive. Right?! Getting pulled over for it would be a good reminder.
Well a new bill was introduced on Wednesday that would make texting and driving a primary offense in Florida. House Speaker Richard Corcoran said, "Texting and driving presents a real, life-threatening danger to Floridians both on and off the road."
It's crazy that drivers in Florida, Nebraska, Ohio, and South Dakota can legally text and drive without being pulled over and ticketed. In Florida texting while driving is a secondary offense. In other words, law enforcement needs another reason to pull you over like speeding or a broken taillight in order to cite drivers for texting.
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