Distracted driving is on the rise in Texas, and law enforcement officials are cracking down with new regulations to curb the crash rates.
In this post, we’ll detail statistics on distracted driving and tell you about the new required course for Texas drivers. We’ll also let you know what you can do to hold someone liable for your injuries in a Texas distracted driving accident.
What Exactly Does Distracted Driving Entail?
Distracted driving covers a wide variety of activities people do while driving that divert their attention from their main job of driving. Distracted driving is a hazard to the driver, passengers, pedestrians, and other drivers. Examples of distracted driving are many and varied and include:
- Posting on social