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Governor Baker Signs Legislation Requiring Hands-Free Use of Electronic Devices While Driving If you are accustomed to having a conversation or checking navigation while using your handheld phone it's time to stop. Massachusetts hands-free driving law now prohibits drivers from holding a phone for any reason, other than in an emergency. (Texting while driving has been banned for nearly a decade. Calls in hands-free mode are allowed.)
Thursday, 29 August 2019 17:51

Speeding Tickets in MA

You're driving along the road minding your own business. Suddenly you notice a police cruiser waiting under an upcoming overpass or you see a state police officer approaching in your rearview mirror, or perhaps you're on a city road where a local police officer is pointing a radar gun in your direction . . . and you panic. If you were traveling within the speed limit, you won't get a ticket for speeding. If you're stopped for speeding, prepare to meet the officer with your license and registration—and perhaps a good reason for speeding. In this article, we aim to…
We’ve all heard about distracted driving studies and listened to warnings issued from the NHTSA, National Safety Council, and a slew of car insurance companies. Distracted driving is responsible for millions of auto accidents and thousands of deaths per year. So why don’t we just stop, put down our phones, and focus on the road? For many drivers, it's not easy to change habits. Yet the struggle against distracted driving is bigger than statistics and public service announcements. We all need to pitch in to help stop distracted driving. Here are five easy ways to do that. #1 Be an Example: It sounds easy, but in…
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