‘Hands-Free While Driving’

Cell Phone ordinance sign in Manhattan, Kan. (KSNT File Photo)
Cell Phone ordinance sign in Manhattan, Kan. (KSNT File Photo)

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On January 1, 2011, a ban on handheld cell phone use and texting by drivers went into full effect in Manhattan, Kan.

Riley County Police say the streets near Manhattan, Kan. are a little safer, and it’s been three years  of enforcing a “hands-free while driving” law.

Riley County Police say more drivers are putting down their phones.

 

 

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