jenrgw Ohio to Become Next State to Ban Texting and Driving

Last week the Ohio House of Representatives approved a bill that bans texting and driving. The bill will now go to the Governor and the Governor’s spokesman has said that the Governor will sign the bill into law.

The new Ohio texting and driving ban will make texting and driving a secondary offense for adults and a primary offense for drivers under age 18. Drivers under age 18 could face a $150 fine and a temporary license suspension. Repeat offenders could face tougher fines. Adults will not be ticketed unless they are pulled over for a primary offense. A number of exceptions also exist for adult drivers under this law.

Do you think the Ohio texting and driving bill goes far enough? Please leave a comment and share your thoughts.

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