I’m with @jimK on this. My initial thought was... OMG, here we go again; another law and its accompanying expense to support and ultimately enforce another existing law. Being from California, I’d grown immune to distracted driving, even after hearing and watching all the news reports of the result of distracted driving, or as @jimK noted, hearing impaired people as well. Since relocating from San Francisco to rural Indiana 1.5 years ago, we have witnessed 1 as well as read of 2 additional serious accidents involving slow moving Amish family buggies, all within a 2 mile radius of home and all 3 of which were related to distracted driving by the driver of the motor vehicle. I’ve additionally witnessed on many occasions the failure of drivers to move over for emergency vehicles, and if its an emergency, the first responder isn’t planning to stop and issue a citation while enroute to an emergency. We have crash avoidance technology in both of our vehicles and even with this technology, it’s amazing just how quickly something can occur. I fully support any move that can draw real awareness to this issue, whether rural, suburban or urban.