POST FALLS - Few local drivers have been cited under Idaho's texting law that went into effect July 1, but there were 130 statewide during the first three months.
Local law enforcement officials say the law has been difficult to enforce, but supporters argue the statute is still a deterrent and a step toward making roads safer especially with younger drivers who tend to text more.
“This law, as it is written, is nearly impossible to enforce because we cannot tell if someone is texting or dialing,” said Kootenai County Sheriff's Office Maj. Ben Wolfinger. “A law must be enforceable to be effective.” Read more Brian Walker, Cda Press
Do you think texing-while-driving bans are working? Have you ever texted while driving?