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Texting While Driving Now
Illegal in Florida

dreamstime_xs_29384372Texting while driving has never been a good idea, and now, starting Oct. 1, it will also be illegal. That’s when a new ban on texting while driving goes into effect.

Motorists are now looking at a $30 fine for the first offense and $60 for a second, plus court costs. As with all driving laws and the tickets they involve, there are some things you should know.

Unfortunately, while we don’t object to a law prohibiting texting while driving – never a good idea – the State of Florida dropped the cell phone (so to speak) when enacting this one.

For one thing, the state is doing next to nothing to get the word out about the fact that the law already went into effect. Chances are that with all the media hoopla many knew a ban on texting while driving was coming (we wrote a blog about it as far back as May). But don’t feel uninformed if you didn’t know it was already here.

To read more,  CLICK HERE.

Take the Pledge to Never Text & Drive

Impossible Texting  & Driving Test

No text is worth the tragedy of a car crash or, worse yet, a death that could have been avoided.

Unger & Kowitt is inviting YOU to take action and commit to text-free driving.Pledge to Never Text and DriveOver 1.3 million crashes a year involve a driver who was texting, yet nearly 40% of drivers admit to texting while driving and 75% of teens say that texting and driving is common among their friends.

New laws that ban texting at the wheel are a step in the right direction but true change comes from individual committments at a grassroots level. 

No text is worth the risk. Let's keep our roads safe and our lives protected. CLICK HERE and make your official Pledge to Never Text & Drive.

Car accidents are the number one killer for young people between the ages of 15-24 worldwide.

Responsible Young Drivers (RYD) is a Belgium non-profit that promotes road safety. 

RYD produced a campaign to raise awareness about the dangers of texting by requiring teens to text while completing a driving test with hidden webcams.


The resulting video is both funny and deeply powerful. The teens who were involved ended up frustrated and scared. The video has since gone viral, with more than 1.4 million views on YouTube.


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