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Trooper Andy Sinquefield; Georgia State Patrol

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Ty Wilson interviews Trooper Andy Singuefield about the new hands free law that will go into effect on July 1. For more information on the hands free law, visit 41nbc.com

http://eplayer.clipsyndicate.com/view/12507/7378112 Video: Trooper Andy Sinquefield; Georgia State Patrol
Ty Wilson interviews Trooper Andy Singuefield about the new hands free law that will go into effect on July 1. For more information on the hands free law, visit 41nbc.com
http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12507/7378112?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Mon, 25 Jun 2018 15:00:47 +0000 Trooper Andy Sinquefield; Georgia State Patrol Ty Wilson interviews Trooper Andy Singuefield about the new hands free law that will go into effect on July 1. For more information on the hands free law, visit 41nbc.com http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12507/7378112?cpt=8&wpid=2637 WMGT very much don't you untie wilson and take so much for watching starting on july 1, the new hands-free law will go into place around the state. if you drive if you get into a car you really need to know the rule trooper in the sink. phil is here to kind tell us what we need to know ... phyllis and thank you for being here trooper 60 ... biggest thing hands-free. what does it mean that these ancillary hold: anyway, any any fashion while driving. you have to be off the roadway so that means even better with light or stop sign cannot handle people so if you want to use your gps and maybe you need to read program in your location where you want to go to your saying that people have got to physically rollover stopped her vehicle. do they need to do then get back on the restaurant. we ask people to start the destination programming before getting on the road but they need to reprogram or readjust the movements put at the roadwa and the on the road anyway to have little music is a misconception going on about it listen to satellite radio or online and type music. you can but you must set your playlist before you get on the roadway. once you're on the road way can't look beautiful and adjust your playlist. this is really about saving lives, not generating money for the state saving lives ... you seen some things out of the room. this technology is taken us a but it has taken us to a distraction. we've never seen and people are looking at it like you out there stopping drunk drivers. we are stopping drunk drivers distraction has become our number one killer; accident and crashes on the hallways ... you go through extensive tradin youth ready much seen everything ... how quick can that distraction be ... for you to end up either losing your life for killing. it starts in just fractions of a second, but the statistics show that when you look at your phone to text message, email that you wait your phone approximately to suit your traveling at 55 miles an hour's the two looking away from the roadway. you have traveled the equivalent to the length of a football without even looking at roadway with 30 seconds left. how tough ... do you think police agencies around the state will be your juju georgia state trooper on day one we be writing tickets. there is no grace period. i think will ease into it. i'm sure that were going to try to test to be vigilant and and the job at the same time be respectful to the people in the roadway and if it's not too serious. we may give a warning that we can give ticket on the one starting july 1. aren't we sure your time and ... they sent out there i should try to keep others safe again. the lagos it's a place on july on july 1 ... and you just heard there will be no grace period.





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