Texting and driving don’t go together. A bill which has passed an Illinois House committee would put the same ban on bicyclists.
The texting program is intended for simple, quick reference questions, up to 160 characters.
Sen. Robin Wright-Jones hopes to make texting a secondary offense.
Federal investigators says the 19-year-old pickup truck sent or received 11 texts in the 11 minutes immediately before the accident.
“We found that Missouri is one of the worst states in the nation for educators having their license revoked for sexual misconduct.”
Roy Browne was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison.
Measure that would disallow cell phone picture and video taking while driving.
Of the three bills discussed, two would make text messaging while driving a primary offense, allowing an officer to stop a driver solely for texting.
The bill would expand the state’s current law, which prohibits anyone 21 years or younger from sending a text message on a cell phone while driving.
Texting while driving could become illegal in Missouri.