Driving Vs Distracted Driving

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Starting November 1, Oklahoma will join the ranks of most other U.S. states when a law goes into affect banning texting and driving. Offenders can expect to pay a $100 fine if caught texting while operating a motor vehicle. Until the beginning of November, texting and driving will still be considered distracted driving if it results in an accident or if an officer determines the person is a danger to others. Of course, texting and driving is not the only distracted driving behavior. Here are four other distracted driving behaviors you should avoid: Reading Whether reading something on your cell phone, trying to finish a book, or looking at a map, reading takes your eyes off the road. Taking your eyes off the road, even for just a few seconds,

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