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How Can We Stop Distracted Driving In New Jersey? [POLL/AUDIO]

There is enforcement, there are laws, legislation is heading through the Statehouse to up the penalties and punishments and yet, drivers in New Jersey are still getting behind the wheel while talking on their cell phones.

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Distracted Driving
Flickr User Viviandnguyen
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Prison In NJ For Some Who Talk And Text Behind The Wheel?

A bill advancing in Trenton would make it easier for prosecutors to obtain convictions for vehicular homicide or assault by auto against a person who illegally uses a cell phone while driving and, as a result, kills or injures someone.

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Distracted Driving
Flickr User Viviandnguyen
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Are Tougher Cellphone Laws on the Way?

A measure has been approved that makes it easier to convict drivers of vehicular homicide or assault by auto when they kill or injure someone while using a cellphone.

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Driver on Cell Phone
Flickr User Stefan Kloo
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New Jersey Drivers Still Text, Talk, Despite Cell Phone Ban [AUDIO/POLL]

For the first time in six years, a majority (50%) of New Jerseyans believe that the cell phone ban is making roads safer.

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Texting While Driving
Flickr User Stefan Kloo
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Penalities for Using a Cell Phone While Driving Could Increase [AUDIO]

Penalities could be going up for motorists caught talking or texting on hand-held cell phones

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Texting while driving
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Are Tougher Cell Phone Penalities on the Way? [POLL]

Drivers caught talking or texting on their cell phones in New Jersey may soon face increased fines and license suspensions.

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Flickr User PetroleumJelliffe
Flickr User PetroleumJelliffe
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Your Smart Phone Could Be Leaking Personal Information [AUDIO]

You use it for everything - checking email, buying concert tickets, online banking. Studies now show criminals can easily access personal information on your smart phone without any detection.

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New Democrat App
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Is Our Smart Phone Reliance Out Of Control?

It is something I realize I am guilty of on a daily basis...being too reliant on my smartphone.

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Carriers Agree To Disable Stolen Phones For Good

Cellphone companies and the government are trying to make it as difficult to use a stolen cellphone as it is to sell a stolen car.

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Yagi Studio, Getty Images
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Lost Cellphones Hurt The Wallet And Mind [POLL]

According to a recent report from mobile security firm Lookout Labs, Americans lost about $30 billion worth of cellular phones in 2011.

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