Last December state Rep. John Carson, R-Marietta, told InsiderAdvantage “it is absolutely essential” that a “hands-free phone device bill is addressed during the 2018 General Assembly session” to prevent further distracted driving-related car crashes and fatalities. He also said at the time that the distracted driving study committee he chaired found that “the 15 states with the hands-free laws saw, on average, fatalities go down 15 percent within two to three years.” 

Please enter your User Name and Password to view the rest of this subscriber-only story or poll. If you are unable to login, your account may have expired. Please contact InsiderAdvantage if you have any problems.

 

  or  CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE

Login

Lost your password?