Do we really need a law about texting and driving? With integrated dvd, gps, touch screen stereos, conversation mirrors, buttons, plugs, switches, cigarettes, drinks, food, dancing, dressing, reading and on and on and on that people do while driving...is texting really worth it's own special law?! Our lawmakers really need to find something better to do.
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I like it. My son will be driving soon and I'm with you. I may be stealing your cash idea and adding a $200 "you gave me an ulcer" fee to that...I may as well get a BROWNS! game out of the deal. ;-)
Great answer, and great parenting! I think getting off with only $2000 is a little cheap even, though: if it were my kid, I'd charge them at least $3-4k--the extra for the hassle factor alone, and the ulcer Cre8tor mentioned, and gray hairs. :-)
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Well I think you agree actually. This is my point...we don't need a specific law for texting. Our many factory options are just as dangerous. And yes, I've seen more than one person getting their groove on while behind the wheel. You buy I'll fly.
So it's okay if I punch in addresses on my GPS...so long as I'm not texting?