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April 13, 2021


Just Visiting

This message needs maximum amplification. If we are going to make our streets safer (and we need to), people need to stop using their mobile devices while driving.

And they need to slow down.

Americans' willingness to violate traffic laws because it will save a few seconds (or even a few minutes) should probably be described as an epidemic. The amount of injury, death, and property damage that results more than qualifies.


It may be possible to confiscate a persons Cell Phone.
To some this may be considered "Cruel and Unusual Punishment." However, a small price to pay to save our loved ones from Inconsiderate, Narcissistic, neighbors of ours.
There is NO reason to not charge "Texter's" with the same penalties that a Drunk Driver Receives.


I've added some updated info to the original post. It also appears that the first offense distracted driving ticket is about $150.

Peter Garrison

Finally going to a point to your insurance.

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