If you drive much in Georgia you’re surely by now used to dodging swerving cars filled with texting, (snap)chatting, or instagramming drivers who do their part in contributing to some of the most dangerous and accident-filled roads in America.  Well a new law, signed by Governor Nathan Deal and set to go into action on July 1st, should help put a dent into distracted driving and keep our streets a little safer.

House Bill 673, known as the ‘Hands-Free Georgia Act,’ will disallow the following:  

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