You've heard the phrase, "Don't text and drive!" Earlier this month, that phrase became a law for many Indiana drivers. Earlier this month, a law passed to help save lives and decrease crash risks for drivers under 21 years of age. Though texting and driving was already banned, this new driving law prohibits any sort of telecommunication device, including bluetooth devices, with the only exception being for 911 emergency calls.

According to TeenDriverSource.org, the risk of a car crash is four times higher when drivers use cell phones. This law is meant to scale back accidents related to cell phones, with the hope of ending them entirely. Watch the video below to learn more about Indiana's new driving law for teens, and hear from a driver's ed student on how she feels about the new law.

 

Traffic laws are extremely important - especially when it leads to a safer driving community for you and your family. We hope that you've never had to deal with a serious injury or death as the result of a car accident, but if you have, you'll want an experienced car accident lawyer on your side. At Boughter Sinak, LLC, we handle accident and injury cases throughout the state of Indiana. We will aggressively represent you to get the compensation you deserve. Call now for your free consultation.

 

Source: Wish TV, Nina Criscuolo and Elizabeth Choi

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