The law — which took effect last July — prohibits motorists from handling their cellphones while driving. Early evidence suggests it has stemmed some of the... Georgia’s distracted driving law has first birthday

The law — which took effect last July — prohibits motorists from handling their cellphones while driving. Early evidence suggests it has stemmed some of the distraction that safety advocates say led to a spike in recent years in deadly traffic accidents in Georgia and across the nation.

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