Should Texting While Driving Bans Become Stronger In Alabama?

Just about every day, you can find a news story about a car accident that occurred somewhere in the U.S. and how it involved the use of a cell phone. Distracted driving has become a cause of great concern in Alabama and the U.S. in recent years because we are all truly beginning to understand the danger that distracted driving presents to our lives.

An Alabama news report recently shared a story about a young woman whose life changed right after she graduated from college. A distracted teen driver ran through a busy intersection while on his cell phone and caused what turned out to be a fatal accident. The young woman lost her parents in the preventable crash, as well as time to the rehabilitation she needed after nearly dying in the crash herself.

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