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Hands-free driving fines kick in - amid pandemic

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Because your life during the CoronaCrisis just isn't hard enough...
“Massachusetts drivers caught using their cellphones behind the wheel will begin receiving fines instead of warnings” today, the Boston Herald reports, so if you're spotted touching a tech device - even if you're stopped at a light - you could be touched yourself: by the long arm of the law.
So your barber can't cut your hair and your neighbor can't shake your hand - but a cop can pull you over and shove a $100 ticket into your mitts.
“Have a nice day!”
For people who understand the science, the ban on hand-held devices...
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