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If you're not in Arizona or in Montana, you are breaking the law if you text while driving. Texting while driving causes distracted driving. More people are killed because of collisions caused by distracted driving than all other causes combined.


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1/24/2016
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Only Arizona and Montana allowed texting while driving.
 
If you're not in Arizona or in Montana, you are breaking the law if you text while driving.

Texting while driving causes distracted driving. More people are killed because of collisions caused by distracted driving than all other causes combined.

Be safe when driving lock your cell phone in your glove box.  If you do this you will decrease substantially your odds of dying in a crash. If you do this you will increase your odds of arriving safely at your destination.

This information is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller. You may call Attorney Scott Miller at 707-408-1001 for a free consultation.
www.lawofficeofscottmiller.com


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