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Pledge to Drive Distraction-Free

Stricter hands-free driving state law effective Oct. 1

A new law (HB 2597) makes holding or using a mobile electronic device while driving illegal. This includes your cell phone, GPS systems, tablets, etc.—anything that you use for texting, talking, emailing, entertainment, navigating or accessing the internet. If you need to use your electronic device, you must first safely stop in a designated parking spot.

Learn more about the new law.

Distracted driving is any activity that could divert a person's attention away from the primary task of driving. All distractions endanger the driver, passengers, other travelers and bystanders. 

Distracted Driving PSA

Distractions include:

The fight to prevent crashes and save lives starts with you. Make the commitment to drive distraction-free today!

Take the pledge

Distracted driving kills and injures thousands of people each year. Texting while driving is the most dangerous distraction of all.

Therefore, I pledge to:

Email to report you’ve taken the pledge!


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