HB 107: Use of Wireless Communications Devices while Driving
GENERAL BILL by Toledo ; Slosberg ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Altman ; Beltran ; Caruso ; Casello ; Cortes ; Duran ; Eskamani ; Fernandez ; Fitzenhagen ; Gottlieb ; Grieco ; Hattersley ; Jacobs ; Joseph ; Killebrew ; Massullo ; McClure ; Overdorf ; Polo ; Polsky ; Pritchett ; Santiago ; Smith, C. ; Stark ; Stevenson ; Thompson ; Tomkow ; Watson, C. ; Webb
Use of Wireless Communications Devices while Driving; Revises short title & legislative intent; prohibits person from operating motor vehicle while using wireless communications device for purpose of nonvoice or voice interpersonal communication; redefines term "wireless communications device" to include voice communications; requires deposit of fines into Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund; removes provision requiring that enforcement be accomplished only as secondary action.
Last Action: 3/5/2019 House - Introduced -HJ 30
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Transportation and Infrastructure Subcommittee; Appropriations Committee; State Affairs Committee -HJ 30
• Introduced -HJ 30
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