Follow the road,
not the feed.

There are already enough distractions on the road in front of you. Please don’t add to them by responding to texts or emails while you’re behind the wheel. Driving and scrolling don’t mix. Those notifications, they can wait.

Remember, unless you’re using a hands-free device, cellphone use while driving is illegal. Get caught, and you'll be fined up to $300. A second offense could cost $1,000. And these fines may come with additional court costs. The fees aren’t worth it, and neither is the danger you’re putting yourself and others in.

First offense - up to $300
Second offense - up to $1000

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Phone down. Buckle up.