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Monday, April 06, 2009

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ms_teacher

as far as I'm concerned, this woman should have been given a much stiffer penalty.

Marcy Webb

To me, there needs to be ZERO TOLERANCE for this sort of foolishness, and a hefty fine, say, $500.00.

Marcy Webb

I meant to say, a hefty fine if there are no fatalities. To me, this is vehicular homicide, and should carry a felony penalty.

Ajlouny

Texting is equivalent to reading a book or a magazine while driving. Would you do either of those two things in your car. Most likely the answer would be NO.

David

Since test have shown texting is more dangerous than driving while intoxicated it should carry a stiffer penalty than DWI...

 Term papers

I meant to say, a hefty fine if there are no fatalities. To me, this is vehicular homicide, and should carry a felony penalty.

Cassie Brendan

This law may help reduce the cases car accidents. There are people who keep on doing unnecessary stuff while driving and it's not a good practice! For sure, you'll be distracted and lose your focus on driving. So better avoid doing any activity while driving.

Dennis

This is a big problem. I work for a construction company and I was driving a crash truck with flashing arrows to move traffic to the passing lane. People come flying up behind you and never see you until the last moment. I watched quite a few in the mirrors drop their phones and without looking move to the other lane. We even had a few of our trucks hit because the people do not see that huge flashing arrow. People must wake up and learn to drive all over again.

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