North Dakota Enacts Texting Ban

May 03, 2011

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In 2009, LaHood launched a national anti-distracted driving campaign modeled on other NHTSA efforts to reduce fatalities, such as its “Over the Limit Under Arrest” and “Click It Or Ticket” campaigns to curb drunk driving and increase seatbelt use.

In addition, DOT has launched a dedicated website, Distraction.gov, to provide the public with a comprehensive source of information on distracted driving; hosted two national summits devoted to the issue; crafted sample legislation that states can use to adopt distracted driving laws; and initiated pilot law enforcement programs in Hartford, Conn., and Syracuse, N.Y.

 

[via Commercial Carrier Journal]

 

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