The Denton texting-while-driving ban has into effect as of today, according to the Dallas Morning News. The ban was passed in May on a 7-0 vote by the city council. Denton police officers were not able to give out tickets for texting while driving, however, because no signs were available to alert the public. Such signs have been put up in recent weeks, but will not be put up on I-35 to avoid confusing out-of-town drivers. GPS on mounted smartphones and phone calls are still allowed, but all other uses are prohibited, and school zone and bus driver laws still stand.
If you or someone you love has been injured or killed in an automobile accident, and you believe another person or party’s distracted driving may be to blame, contact Haire Law for an evaluation of your case. Visit the contact us page or call 940-484-5555 for more information regarding personal injury and wrongful death lawsuits.