To answer the question in the title directly, no. Texting and driving is not a primary offense in Ohio. This does not mean that drivers are allowed to text and drive with impunity in the Buckeye State. Nor does relegating texting and driving to a secondary offense mean that drivers can avoid being held liable […]
In a word, yes. But things are a little less cut-and-dried in practice, and simply eliminating texting and driving will not solve a root problem that makes Ohio roads and highways unsafe. What the Ohio Cell Phone Law Says Ohio’s texting and driving law (O.R.C. 4511.204) opens strong by stating, “No person shall drive a […]
Texting and driving is not a good idea. However, when you look around at other drivers on the road that sentiment is not widely reflected. Many of today’s drivers are overly distracted by not just texting and driving, but by their phones in general. Distracted driving has become an epidemic. So much so that states […]
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