WASHINGTON (ABC7) — Virginia regulation makers surpassed bills within the House and Senate this week that might ban the use of hand-held cellular phone gadgets via drivers.
Right now, the regulation in Virginia handiest prohibits reading emails or text messages and pressing the buttons on a cellular telephone to send a message even as driving.
The fines for a primary offense could be $125 and a second offense is doubled. The payments are anticipated to be accepted through Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam.