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Driver Safety Is Motivator For Troy, Michigan's Distracted Driving Ordinance

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Our Michigan auto accident lawyer advise drivers that the Troy Police Department has begun enforcing the city's new driving while distracted ordinance.  The law that went into effect on Saturday, January 1st, bans behaviors such as texting, eating, playing with pets, talking on a cell phone, applying make up, etc. while driving a vehicle.  Although receiving a ticket for performing distracted driving does not carry any points, a person can be fined from $75 to as high as $200. The mission solely being safe driving. In fact, since November 2009, distracted driving has been the direct causes of traffic accidents in the City of Troy.

If you or a family member suffer injuries due to a Michigan car accident, contact our office now to speak with an experienced auto accident attorney about your case. Call us at (800) 606-1717.

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