Friday’s distracted driving news conference

Licensing director Liz Luce speaks to reporters about using cell phones while driving on Friday, April 30 in Parkland, Wash.

Go to for more information on the dangers of distracted driving.

4 Responses to Friday’s distracted driving news conference

  1. Karen Hill says:

    I nearly fell asleep behind the wheel the other day but i had my anti sleep alarm on and it sounded so i pulled over and had a break. They are not that expensive and i got mine from NO NAP.

  2. Peggy Karr says:

    I too am very thankful for the new law and frankly, I wish the fine was much higher. I still see cars & trucks, including professional drivers, using their phones & weaving in & out of their lane. I thank Dan & Wendy for their courage in sharing Healther’s story. I have a 14 year old grandson who will be driving in a few years and we will make sure he sees this video.

  3. amy martin says:

    I am so thankful to see this new law going into effect. I cannot tell you the number of people I have seen talking or texting while driving. Including professional drivers. I am sure people will whine about civil rights being violated, but when a member your family’s life is destroyed by a distracted driver you will be singing a different tune. I refuse to talk on my cell phone as a passenger in a vehicle because I feel it is too much of a distraction.

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