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State lawmakers are forcing drivers to get their eyes off -- text and back on the road would be fine.
Thursday the Ohio senate passed house bill 99 which outlines texting while driving.
With without legislation.
No one's really going to -- an active approach to it.
According to triple the average time -- and looking at the -- while they're texting is four point six seconds and this is what you're missing.
Under the proposed line -- drivers can not be lovers solely for texting while driving the -- have to be committing another traffic and that just beating.
Making -- texting violation what's called secondary offense.
The penalties are very good start -- you -- from Tripoli is like the fact to be a 150 dollar fine.
But they would have liked the anti texting Lott made a primary.
If you have to be pulled over for another violation before it can be -- for texting.
That and that part is probably the weakest but we're very much in favor -- 100% supportive of the team portion of it.
The bill also makes it illegal for drivers under eighteen to text talk on and they can't be pulled over for.
If caught -- -- -- for two months in addition and I think that's pretty fair I mean they've got plenty of time to use their phones why do it while you're driving.
Texting and talking while driving is already banning -- northeastern Ohio communities including Cleveland.
Currently there is a proposal to ban talking on the and while driving with in the Cleveland city limits.
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