A law that went into effect July 1 allows police to pull drivers over for texting behind the wheel. Find out how it's working locally.
By Christopher Brooke, Reporter
Monday, August 12, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: August 12, 6:00 am)
It’s easy to conceive of a worst-case scenario incident involving a texting motorist on the winding roads of the Twin Counties.
Imagine you’re a driver following the recommended safe speed northbound on curvy U.S. 52 near the gravel quarry in Poplar Camp.
While you’re acting like a responsible driver, a Mustang zooms up from behind and rides your bumper.
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