The SF207 Hands-Free/Distracted Driving Bill has cleared its first hurdle on its way to becoming law in Iowa. The bill passed the Senate Ways and Means Committee and will now move on to a debate on the Senate floor.
This is great news for everyone who cares about road safety in Iowa. Distracted driving is a serious problem that puts everyone on the road at risk. By passing this legislation, we can make our roads safer for everyone, and reduce the number of accidents caused by distracted driving.
The SF207 Hands-Free/Distracted Driving Bill requires drivers to use hands-free devices when using their phones while driving. This will help to reduce the number of accidents caused by distracted driving and make our roads safer for everyone.
The bill has received a lot of support from various organizations and individuals, including the Iowa Bicycle Coalition, which believes that hands-free legislation is a critical step toward reducing distracted driving, and creating safer roads for everyone.
We are hopeful that this legislation will continue to receive the support it deserves, and that it will be signed into law in the near future. Let’s continue to support this important cause and make our roads safer for everyone.
Stay tuned for further updates on the progress of the SF207 Hands-Free/Distracted Driving Bill.
In the meantime, we encourage you to spread the word and help raise awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. Let’s work together to create safer roads for everyone.
Thank you for your continued support.