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Massachusetts Cell Phone Laws

Traffic debates statewide seem to include cell phone laws as one of the hot topics. Currently, Massachusetts has in place "The Safe Driving Law." The law states that you cannot text or engage in internet activities on your cell phone when you are driving. If you are under 18 years old, cell phone and any other type of mobile electronic usage is against the law.

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