Texting a Driver in NJ May Make People Liable for Accidents
I usually use every feature I have available to me to avoid having to look at my phone while driving. Hands free, voice activated features, and additional apps that would send a message on my behalf if I am driving. There are many options out there to help you stay connected even while driving. I know most people have the latest and greatest phones loaded with hands free features.
A valid point here is as the driver, your eyes should be fixed on the road. Not some billboard, cell phone, or anything else. Especially a cell phone. Whoever calls or text you can wait till you have gotten to your destination or pull over in some parking lot to answer a text or a call. Is it worth answering that phone or taking someone's life.
But honestly, you can't hold the sender liable for...
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