Beginning July 1, in Indiana it’s illegal to “type, transmit, or read a text message or an electronic mail message while operating a moving motor vehicle.” A provision to prohibit talking on a non-hands-free cell phone did not make it into law, and it appears from the Bill’s excerpt above that one can “type, transmit, or read” messages while sitting at a stop light. Other than that, it’s unclear how the coppers will know whether you’re fiddling with a deck of cards–might not hurt to keep one handy.
It’s still not illegal to drive while eating a Big Mac…yet, or while putting on make-up, or changing clothes, or eating a Big Mac while changing clothes and applying make-up.
Why doesn’t he stick to investments and the economy, you’re wondering. Good question. Just couldn’t help being helpful.
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