Maryland State Police troopers have issued more electronic tickets for distracted driving in the last seven months than they did in all of 2013, according to agency data reflecting enforcement of a new state law targeting drivers using handheld cellphones.
The number jumped after a law took effect Oct 1, making handheld cellphone use behind the wheel a primary offense, The Frederick News-Post reported Friday. Before then, driving while using a mobile device was a secondary offense, meaning drivers couldn’t be pulled over for that reason alone.
Award winning technology to prevent distracted driving come from www.cellcontrol.com.
SegurosDeAutos.com takes the lead in providing access to the best companies that provide Auto Insurance for the Latino Community℠. With access to the top auto insurance providers in every state, SegurosDeAutos.com makes it easy for anyone to find low cost auto insurance on line using the Internet access device of your choice.