Explain to me how when you magically turn, say 25, that you can suddenly text and drive? I doubt there's concrete evidence, but I'm willing to go out on a limb and conclude that regardless of driving experience, texting while driving is harzardous just the same. A proposed Utah law would ban teen drivers from texting while driving (using any handset as well).
That's great news, but why stop there? It seems more of a way to get quick cash through some fines then it is to adjust behavior. The bill is being proposed for the second time by Sen. Ross Romero, D-Salt Lake.