HESPERIA, California (VVNG.com) – On Wednesday, April 20, 2022, the Hesperia Police Station will conduct a coercive operation aimed at drivers suspected of violating the law on hands-free mobile phones.
Under current law, drivers are not allowed to hold a telephone or electronic communication device while driving.
This includes chatting, texting or using the app. Using a hand-held mobile phone while driving is punishable by a fine.
For the second time within 36 months of a previous conviction for the same offense violating the hands-free law, a point will be added to the driver’s file.
The driver’s focus should be on the road, not on his phone. That text, phone call, email, or post on social media is not worth the risk to yourself and other people along the way.
If you have an important phone call or need to program directions, stop at a secure parking spot. Before driving, either turn off the phone or put it somewhere you can’t reach.
Funding for this program is provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Hesperia police will conduct a hands-free operation on April 20 – VVNG.com
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