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For the second part of a two part series, Ohio Public Radio’s Bill Cohen reports on why Ohio’s new law against texting while driving is so much tougher for drivers under the age of 18.
It’s about to be illegal for Ohioans to text behind the wheel. But for adults it will only be a secondary violation, similar to a safety belt violation, and drivers will only receive warnings for the first six months.
Ohio has become the 39th state to prohibit texting while driving.
Fewer people died on Ohio roadways and officials credit DUI arrests.
It happens every time, when gas prices approach $4 a gallon, people change their habits. One of those habits could be putting fewer gallons in the tank. WOSU reports AAA has seen an increase in out-of-gas calls.
Prosecutors call it the first known case of vehicular homicide while texting in Franklin county.
A legal expert says the new ban on texting while driving might increase a driver’s liability in an accident.
If people want to stop drivers from being distracted, should we not also consider banning anything that takes our hands away from the ten and two positions?
Columbus City Council early next month will consider a ban on texting while driving. The sponsor of the proposal says promotes it as “common sense” legislation that’s needed to keep city streets and highways safer.
Bexley City Council Members are expected to vote, Tuesday night, on a law to prohibit texting while driving. If the legislation passes it will be the first of its kind in Central Ohio.