FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FORBIDS TRUCK AND BUS DRIVERS FROM TEXTING WHILE DRIVING. ONLY SAFE TEXT ALLOWED!

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In a press release, United States Secretary of Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced new Federal guidelines yesterday (January 27, 2010) to prohibit interstate drivers of large vehicles, such as trucks and buses, from sending text messages while driving. Truck drivers and bus drivers who violate the rule may face penalties of as much as $2,750.

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