Planning on driving out of your home state for the holidays? Perhaps you’re flying somewhere, and have a rental car with your name on it?
Before you go, be sure you know the following:
1. Does the state you are in ban handheld cell phones while driving?
2. Does the state you are in ban texting while driving?
3. Is a violation of cell phone/texting laws a primary enforcement?
[That is, can an officer pull you over and cite you for using a handheld cell phone without any other traffic offense taking place?]
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