The distracted driving data is out. We know that talking on the phone, and more importantly, texting, causes serious and fatal accidents. There isn’t anyway around it, distracted driving is a serious issue.
Whether you are behind the wheel of a moving truck for a cross-country haul, or in your own personal vehicle on the way to the grocery store, you should not be texting and driving. It’s that simple.
In some states distracted driving can even earn you a hefty fine. Law enforcement officers across the country are standing by ready to enforce their individual laws. And as chief law enforcement officers, Attorneys General from all across the United States have come together to get one simple message across — Stop the Texts, Stop the Wrecks.
Moving Insider has been working hard to get your the most up to date information on distracted driving laws, and will continue to publish stories like we did in Nebraska, Arizona, South Dakota and Alabama to help keep you and your family safe on the road.
Attorneys General Who Have Pledged Against Distracted Driving and to Stop the Texts, Stop the Wrecks
- Alabama Attorney General, Luther Strange
- Arizona Attorney General, Tom Horne
- Iowa Attorney General, Tom Miller
- Maryland Attorney General, Doug Gansler
- Missouri Attorney General, Chris Koster
- Nebraska Attorney General, Jon Bruning
- South Dakota Attorney General, Marty Jackley
Do you text and drive? Will you pledge to stop texting while driving? Decide today to Take the pledge to stop texting while driving!