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What Massachusetts hands free law means

Massachusetts Hands Free Law: Get off the Phone and Drive!

The new Massachusetts hands free law bans drivers from using any and all hand held devices while driving. The new law, passed before the 2019 holidays actually goes into effect February 23, 2020.  It prohibits drivers from using cell phones or any other electronic devices while holding them and driving. […]

Why so many Teen Highway Deaths

What is the Number One Killer of American Teenagers?

The number one cause of death to teenagers in the United States is car accidents. Several studies arrive at the same conclusion. A report funded by General Motors reveals that 2,439 teenagers died in auto accidents on U.S. Highways in 2012. Just over one-half of the teens killed in those […]

Texting and Driving

Texting and Driving: Deadly Combination with Legal Consequences

Like never before people communicate by text.  Widespread wireless service expansion and increasingly affordable smart phones bring texting into the hands of nearly everyone.  But when texting moves into the driver’s seat of a motor vehicle the distraction is disastrous. Pedestrians face their own dangers.  The U.S Consumer Product Safety […]

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