By now, we’ve all heard about the dangers of distracted driving.
Texting while driving is still one of the most common forms of distracted driving, with about one-third of drivers admitting to tapping away behind the wheel. (Another three-quarters of drivers say they’ve seen others do it.)
Currently, there are only 14 states with distracted driving laws that ban cell phone use while driving. But political insiders suggest that other states may soon follow suit. That’s because three Congressmen recently introduced legislation that would spur more states to ban all phone use behind the wheel.
Read the full story from Erie Insurance: “New Distracted Driving Laws Could Soon Be on the Books“