Florida’s New Ban on Texting While Driving Recently Went Into Effect

Drivers in Florida should be aware of a new law regarding texting while driving. Florida Statute Sec. 316.305, commonly cited as the “Florida Ban on Texting While Driving Law,” went into effect on July 1st, 2019.

The new law’s stated purpose is to improve roadway safety, to prevent crashes related to texting while driving and to reduce injuries, deaths and other costs associated with motor vehicle accidents.

The law also authorizes law enforcement officers to stop motor vehicles and issue citations as a secondary offense to persons who are texting while behind the wheel.

If you suffered a serious injury in a car accident due to texting while driving, then please contact Milles Law today at (855) 553-3310 for a free initial consultation. You can also contact us online and tell us about your accident. Milles Law is here to help.

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