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Florida officers urge drivers put down phones before new hands-free law starts

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Florida officers urge drivers put down phones before new hands-free law starts

Florida officers urge drivers put down phones before new hands-free law starts

New school year, new school law.

Soon, Florida drivers will need to be hands-free with electronics while driving in certain areas.

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Florida officers urge drivers put down phones before new hands-free law starts

COVERING FLORIDATHIS MORNING, PUTYOUR PHONES AWAY WHENYOU'RE DRIVING!ESPECIALLY IN SCHOOLZONES.YOU NEED TO KNOW THATSOON, THE LAWS ARECHANGING FOR HOW YOUUSE YOUR PHONE BEHINDTHE WHEEL.WE'RE NOT JUSTTALKING ABOUTTEXTING!W-P-T-V NEWSCHANNELFIVESUSSKIND IS LIVE INBOYNTON BEACH TOEXPLAIN..WE ALL KNOW WE NEETO SLOW DOWN WHENDRIVING IN A SCHOOLZONE..

BUT STARTINGOCTOBER FIRST YOUNEED TO PUT YOUR CELLPHONE DOWN AS WELLTHE SECOND PART OFFLORIDAAND DRIVING LAW WILLTAKE EFFECT..

BUT ITTAKES THINGS A STEPFURTHER IN SCHOOLZONES.YOU CANNOT HOLD YOURPHONE WHILE DRIVINGIN AN ACTIVE SCHOOLZONE OR CONSTRUCTIONZONE..

LET ALONE TEXTAND DRIVE.YOU MUST BE HANDSFREE... EVEN WHENUSING GPS.LAW ENFORCEMENT WANTSYOU TO BE PREPAREDNOW..

SO YOU AREREADY WHEN THE LAWTAKES EFFECT.THERE WILL BE A GRACEPERIOD..

AND OFFICERSWONUNTIL THE NEW YEAR.MORE DIRECT FLIGHTSTO SOME PRETTY C




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