jenrgw The Warning Period is Over in Kansas

The six month grace period has expired in Kansas and police are ready to enforce the state’s distracted driving law.   It is now against the law in Kansas for all drivers to text and drive, to instant message and drive, and to e-mail and drive. Additionally, drivers with learner’s permits or intermediate licenses cannot use a cell phone at all.

Fines for violating the Kansas distracted driving law begin at $60 plus court costs.  Of course, the potential consequences of distracted driving accident can be much more significant than that and it is because of the potential consequences that the law was enacted.

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