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New technology could cause motor vehicle accidents

For Floridians and people around the U.S., technological advancement is generally seen in a positive light. If a new vehicle has more features, it can enhance its value and utility. Still, there are advancements that are relatively new and are impacting people who are not accustomed to them.

Risk of motor vehicle accidents spurs texting and driving law

It seems that when simply looking to the left or right on the road, it is possible to see a driver who is looking down rather than forward. This is generally perceived as a person looking at a device. To prevent the risk, a new law in Florida has recently been put into effect allowing law enforcement to stop vehicles in which the driver is believed to have been distracted.

Florida bill seeks to reduce distracted motor vehicle accidents

Any Florida driver who spends even a small amount of time on the state roadways will understand the problem of people who are not paying attention to the road and are instead looking down at their handheld devices. It is known how dangerous the practice is, but people continue to do it. People who are in a crash should be aware of the chance that it was due to a distracted driver.

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