GLENDALE, AZ - On Feb. 7, the City of Glendale enacted a new ordinance making hands-free driving a requirement. Hands-free means drivers are not permitted to hold their phones while operating a motor vehicle.
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Stanley Roberts explains how the hands-free law works and shows how many drivers he found who were in violation of that law.
The State of Arizona does not have any cell phone laws in the books, but other cities like Phoenix have enacted ordinances with partial bans. A couple cities have full bans, like Surprise, and now Glendale.
The first offense is $250.