Whitney Strickland of the Kanawha County Sheriff's Tax Office laughs at her efforts to drive around a distracted-driving course while texting Tuesday.
Rachel Messer, of Giatras Law, said a texting while driving course was a lot more difficult than she had imagined. Texting is already a primary offense, but talking without a hands-free device while driving also becomes a primary offense Monday.
Kanawha County Sheriff's Department Sgt. Brian Hall instructs Ashley Rutherford on a distracted-driving course outside the Kanawha County Courthouse on Tuesday. Talking without a hands-free device while driving becomes a primary offense Monday.