Many American teens are working to find a safer alternative to remain connected while they drive. According to an article by the Mankato Free Press (originally posted by the Washington Post), many teens are setting a designated passenger to text for them as they drive. This is a smart move for a generation of Americans who have grown up immersed in a “plugged-in” and hypersocial culture. For more from the original article, please click here.
Seldom-known fact: if you are involved in a car accident, Pennsylvania has at least one section on the incident report to address to distracted driving violations. Fines and charges may increase if you are cited with one of these violations. In addition to fines and charges for distracted driving, you also are putting yourself and others in serious danger. Attorney Stoehr represents those injured through no fault of their own, including automobile and pedestrian accidents. Call today for your free case evaluation 814-515-9074.