66%
Yes
34%
No
66%
Yes
34%
No

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 @9P9DXRG from Colorado answered…2 days2D

Yes, but 'penalties' is too vague considering they vary from state to state.

 @9P82WP2 from Tennessee answered…3 days3D

Public awareness campaigns are more effective than the negligible deterrent effect of increased punishments for civil offenses and misdemeanors in nearly every case.

 @9N5WBYD from Oregon answered…3wks3W

Yes, but part of the issue is that mass adoption touchscreens in cars requires greater attention than analog consoles and should be addressed first.

 @9MPYFLR from Texas answered…4wks4W

No, but it should provide tax breaks for buyers of cars with technology that allows drivers to interface with their smartphones via the entertainment system instead of holding their phones in their hands

  @Crab1992  from Ohio answered…1 day1D

Yes and destroy the bubble that covers law enforcement for distracted driving and causing accidents.

 @9P45XBT from Texas answered…5 days5D

No, but increase the Fine pricing and make it more prohibited for drivers to do certain things when behind the wheel or driving.

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