Missouri’s No Texting While Driving Law A “Secondary” Offense

Missouri has officially banned texting while driving for all of those behind the wheel in the state. However, the new law is a secondary offense, which means law enforcement cannot pull over drivers solely for suspecting a driver is texting. Governor Mike Parson weighs in on whether the law should be a primary offense…


Drivers can still use their voice-activated or hands-free options to text or call.


(From Missourinet)