Or be prepared for a $150.00 Fine
Georgia: Cell phone laws, legislation
Last updated: July 30, 2010 · Print this report
Cell phone legislation news: After a one-month delay, enforcement of Georgia’s new distracted driving laws is under way. The bans on text messaging while and cell phone use by drivers under 18 technically went into effect July 1, but violators can expect $150 fines after Aug. 1.
* Text messaging banned for all drivers. Fines of $150.
* Drivers under the age of 18 prohibited from using cell phones, regardless of whether a hands-free device is attached. Also bans computer use. Fines of $150.
* School bus operators prohibited from using cell phones while driving, if passengers are present.
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