New Hampshire Texting While Driving Law

In New Hampshire it is illegal to text and drive. Below is a copy of New Hampshire's "texting while driving law", which was made effective on January 1, 2010. Here is the law: RSA 265:105-a (2010) 265:105-a Prohibited Text Messages and Device Usage While Operating a Motor Vehicle. I. A person operating a moving motor vehicle who writes a text message or uses 2 hands to type on or operate an electronic or telecommunications device, is guilty of a violation. A person does not write a text message when he or she reads, selects, or enters a phone number or name in a wireless communications device for the purpose of making a phone call. II. The fine for a violation of this section shall be $100. If you have been charged with a crime, DWI, or motor vehicle violation in New Hampshire please feel free to call me today for a free consultation to discuss your case. Have a safe night.


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