New York Adds ‘Texting Zones’ To Highways

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New York Adds ‘Texting Zones’ To Highways

New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced the introduction of special “texting zones” along the state’s highways, which are designated parking areas and rest stops where motorists can pull over to check and send text messages. What do you think?

  • “The danger of crashing is what makes texting such a turn-on.”

    Jay Molla
    Food Science Technician
  • “But if you’ve ever been driving and gotten a text asking ‘where we watchin game?’ you know it can’t wait.”

    Mike Sprissler
  • “That’s all right. I think I’ll just keep using the right lane.”

    Donna Balmer