Arnold Schwarzenegger Bans Teenagers From Chatting & Driving

Arnold Schwarzenegger has banned the California teenagers from driving while chatting on cell phones.


The actor-turned-Governor has made California the first U.S. state to implement the new law. He signed a bill that makes it illegal for anyone under 18 to use a cell phone while driving.

A new study conducted by the Ford motor company has showed that teens are four times more distracted than adults when chatting to friends on mobile phones.

California Highway Patrol officials claim cell phone use is the leading cause of distracted-driver accidents.

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