Question by  FeeLines (13)

What states have laws about cell phone use while driving?

I think all states should have strict laws about that sort of thing.


Answer by  mediajunkie (592)

California, Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Washington and D.C. ban handheld cell phone use while driving. There are 28 states and D.C. that ban all cell phone use (including hands-free) for new drivers and there are 30 states and D.C. that have banned text messaging while driving.


Answer by  Feasel (1766)

There's a bunch of states that have made it illegal to text while driving. There's also states that want to ban ALL use of visual application while driving.


Answer by  ijlalnoor (2656)

There are some states which ban the use of mobiles totally. You can not even text somebody while driving or you will be penalized. Others right now only prohibit you from using the call feature on your mobile. If you are caught doing so, you will be penalized for this.


Answer by  vicki94 (477)

Seven states prohibit the use of cell phones and driving. Twenty eight states and D.C. ban all cell phone use. Bus drivers in 28 states and D.C. cannot use cell phones.

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