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On March 3, 2014 By Bradlee Edmondson February 27, 2014
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No one disputes that texting and driving do not mix, but many still do exactly that. They tend to justify their actions as they would a failure to floss after every meal, shrugging their shoulders and saying it is the wrong thing to do, but it is just too difficult [...]Continue Reading →
Lawmakers in West Virginia have proposed a new bill that bans wearing the new Google Glass device while driving. (For background info on this high-tech headpiece, see fellow blogger Katie Kuhn’s post.) The bill would subject drivers who use “a wearable computer with a head-mounted display” to a fine.
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“Sir, have you been texting this evening?”
You might want to practice your response to this question, especially if you live in Utah. Following the growing trend, Utah recently passed its own legislative ban on texting while driving. The fact that Utah passed such a law is not surprising–similar statutes exist in at [...]Continue Reading →
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