The Nevada Highway Patrol is stepping up efforts to nab drivers who talk or text on their hand-held cellphones.
Officers attached to the LVMPD Enterprise Area Command’s “Problem Solving Unit” have arrested two individuals responsible for over 20 instances of the theft of “smart phones” and other similar devices from unsuspecting and unwary victims.
It looks like Blackberrys might be a thing of the past despite the release of some new phones.
Under pressure from Nevada’s Harry Reid and other senators, Apple has agreed to ban future iPhone applications that allow drivers to avoid DUI checkpoints.
Two bills that would address the problem of cell phone use while driving have been introduced in the Legislature.
An overwhelming majority of Americans think driving and texting are a bad mix.