A California appellate court recently ruled that it’s illegal to look at your cell phone while driving, which means no getting directions on Google maps, no checking email and definitely no reading ...
texts. Many Californians are still adjusting to not being allowed to talk on the phone and drive, so the LA Times wanted to know what you thought of this latest ruling.
They asked and you answered, and it turns out that the majority does not agree with the court. 65% voted that it shouldn't be illegal to look at your phone while driving. Let's dig a little deeper shall we?
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