TUCSON, Ariz. — The statewide distracted driving ban went into effect in April, and Arizona Department of Public Safety is ensuring the safety of everyone on the road.
In a Tweet DPS Troopers have issued over 1,900 warnings.
Since the #HandsFree law went into effect on April 22, troopers have issued over 1,900 warnings. It is now illegal to use an electronic device while driving. To learn more about #ARS28914, please visit: https://t.co/tTy2dTl9ek— Dept. Public Safety (@Arizona_DPS) June 26, 2019
Hands off the phone, keep them on the wheel! pic.twitter.com/WeS9TcpmWe
Law Enforcement can only issue warnings if you use you phone behind the wheel.
That will change in 2021 when drivers can get fined for violating the law.