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  • What’s more dangerous than a drunk driver? You, on your phone

    With Gov Jay Inslee observing at his right, Washington State Patrol Trooper Cody Fath goes for a spin utilizing the distracted driver simulator on July 17. The Driving Under the Influence of Electronics Act, which prohibits hand-held phone use while driving and restricting hands-free use to a single touch, will go into effect on July 23.

What’s more dangerous than a drunk driver? You, on your phone

With Gov Jay Inslee observing at his right, Washington State Patrol Trooper Cody Fath goes for a spin utilizing the distracted driver simulator on July 17. The Driving Under the Influence of Electronics Act, which prohibits hand-held phone use while driving and restricting hands-free use to a single touch, will go into effect on July 23.
Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com