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It may not be illegal to text and drive in every state, but it is frowned upon either way. Texting and driving can put you or another at risk because of the fact that you are not paying attention to your surroundings and watching the road. Some may say that "they are good at texting while operating a vehicle", but anything could happen. Even if you get in an accident that may not have been your fault to begin with, if there was any proof that you were on your phone, then you could also be at fault. These accidents will also cause your insurance to rise and if it was due to texting and driving, then it could have been prevented and there would be no worry about any rise in your insurance.
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Brian Junso said...
We need to crack down on distracted driving as much as we have with driving under the influence. Seems not enough education yet such as texting while sitting at stop lights.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26 2018 9:46 PM

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