Even if you’re stopped at a light; or just need to check the score; your kid is texting you; or you need to tell someone you’re gonna be late. It’s against the law for Washington drivers to use hand held devices while behind the wheel.
That includes cellphones, GPS, cameras, electronic music devices, tablets (iPads), laptops and video games. Tickets for driving distracted will go on your record and reported to your insurance. Even if you’re stopped at a light.
The goal is ZERO Traffic Deaths by 2030
In 2016 more than 500 people died in traffic crashes on Washington Roads. From driving sober to choosing to go the speed limit, you have the ability to make our roads safer so we can achieve zero traffic deaths and serious injuries by 2030.
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