Texas Seeks To Ban Texting While Driving

A state-wide texting while driving ban has been passed by both the Texas House and the Texas Senate and is on its way to the governor.  Let’s hope he has the good sense to sign the bill into law.

As you know, if you read this blog, texting while driving is one of the most deadly activities you can engage in while on the road — studies even show it’s worth than driving while intoxicated.  You’d think people would be smart enough to avoid this activity without the government telling them not to do it, but you’d be wrong.  As a result, I think this it the right time for the law. 

If you’re interested in learning more about the dangers of texting and driving, you can read more posts here.

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