Bill Banning Cell Phones in Emergency Areas Awaits Illinois Governor's Signature

Under the legislation, anyone using a cell phone, camera or video camera while driving within 500 feet of an emergency area, including all areas where emergency vehicles are parked with their lights turned on, will receive a traffic citation and fine of up to $75.
May 29, 2012
 

Under the legislation, anyone using a cell phone, camera or video camera while driving within 500 feet of an emergency area, including all areas where emergency vehicles are parked with their lights turned on, will receive a traffic citation and fine of up to $75.

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