No Texting While Driving in North Carolina

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No Texting While Driving in North Carolina

Beginning December 1, 2009, a new law banning drivers from texting while driving in North Carolina goes into effect.  Violators will be fined $100 for typing or reading text messages while driving a motor vehicle.  

North Carolina is not the first state to enact such a ban; 19 others and the District of Columbia have all outlawed texting while driving.


 

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December 2, 2009 - Posted by seasidevacations | OBX Information, OBX News | , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment | Edit

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Lewis Beynon
CENTURY 21 Triangle Group - Raleigh, NC
Triangle Real Estate 411

This is a very hard habit to break.  My wife "yells" at me all the time especially when the kids are in the car as it sets such a bad example.  Gosh, I hope my State Farm Agent isn't on AR and sees this post!!!!  Thanks for the blog, it is reminding me not to text while driving!!!

Dec 07, 2009 07:20 AM