South Carolina car accident lawyers discuss new technology that could allow police officers to detect whether drivers are texting behind the wheel.
Distracted driving placing everyone on the road in danger. Read some tips to prevent distraction while behind the wheel!
South Carolina now bans text messaging for all drivers statewide. Read more about the new law on George Sink’s blog.
South Carolina’s texting ban is now in effect and law enforcement officers can write tickets and fine drivers who text message behind the wheel.
A South Carolina Senate subcommittee recently announced its support for a statewide texting while driving ban. Read more on the proposed law and penalties and how it can help improve safety on public roadways.
Learn about South Carolina’s laws involving texting from behind the wheel.
Charleston City Council passed a new law banning texting while driving in the city of Charleston, South Carolina. Don’t text and drive!
The Sink Law Personal Injury Kit Mobile App can help you strengthen your auto accident case with helpful tools and vital car wreck information.
Using a cell phone while driving is dangerous and could soon be illegal in South Carolina. Contact George Sink P.A. Injury Lawyers if you have been hurt in an accident.
The texting while driving ban took effect immediately after the Council approved the law at Tuesday night’s vote.
The Columbia City Council is debating to ban texting while driving, a common distraction that can cause car accidents.
South Carolina has been named one of the worst states for road safety in a GJEL Accident Attorney report.
After four years of decline, pedestrian deaths increased in 2009, according to a report by the Governors Highway Safety Association.
A man in Europe lost his license recently after texting and talking while driving with two phones at the same time, according to news reports.
Some cell phone apps will soon be monitored by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, according to news reports.
A texting while driving ban is being considered in Columbia by the city council, according to news reports.
The South Carolina Senate committee is debating legislation that would make people convicted of texting and driving pay a fine.