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Virginia Cellphone Driving Ban Moves Forward

With the goal of tightening an existing law prohibiting texting while driving, both houses of Virginia's General Assembly recently voted to ban the use of handheld mobile devices while operating a motor vehicle.

Cellphone Manipulation Rises 57% in Virginia: IIHS

Virginia drivers were 57% more likely to manipulate a cellphone in 2018 than they were when IIHS conducted the same study in 2014, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) found in an observational survey.

16% of Virginians Fail to Buckle Up

A new survey from the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles finds that 15.9% of motorists are driving without a seat belt — a slight bump up over a record low of 14.7% in 2017.

Va. Bills Target Distracted Driving

In 2016, 175 people died and thousands more suffered injuries in distracted driving-related collisions in Virginia, according to some state legislators. That trend has prompted them to propose a number of bills aimed at curbing distracted driving. Video courtesy of NBC29 WVIR.

Enforcement of Virginia's Texting Ban

A new bill proposes doubling the penalties for texting while driving in Virginia. But a representative of the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police points out problems hindering enforcement of the texting ban. Here's a report from CBS 6 WTVR News.

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