Texas Cell Phone Laws

Cell phone laws are among the hottest topics in traffic debates right now. Currently, Texas has no statewide law banning the use of cell phones while driving, though many local areas do prohibit or limit the use of cell phones while driving.

The unnecessary fatalities caused by distracted driving have prompted lawmakers to draft strict legislation discouraging the use of cell phones while driving. Click here to see the laws on cellphone use and driving in your state.




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