One more state has joined the Texting While Driving Ban, helping to create safer roads for motorcyclists.
On Monday, the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) reported that Nevada became the 34st state to ban texting while driving. Nevada also passed a law banning handheld cell-phone use while driving.
Last month, North Dakota became the 31st state to ban texting while driving, which presents major risks to motorcyclists.
Following this safety trend, Indiana has also banned texting while driving, it was reported Wednesday by the Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA).
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Motorcyclists in North Dakota will have an extra sense of safety on August 1. On that date, the "Peace Garden State" will become the 31st to ban texting while operating a motor vehicle.
This is another achievement to help dilute the thousands of distracted drivers that motorcycle riders endure on a daily basis.