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A new law, effective July 1, prohibits motorists from holding or using a cellphone while driving in Indiana.

A new law, effective July 1, prohibits motorists from holding or using a cellphone while driving in Indiana, unless they use hands-free technology such as Bluetooth or a cradle, or need to call 911 in an emergency situation. Anyone caught by law enforcement committing this violation faces a Class C infraction with fines of up to $500.


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