130 Drivers Cited For Texting While Driving
Twin Falls, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Since Idaho's texting while driving ban went into effect on July 1st, so far roughly 130 drivers have been cited.
According to the Coeur d'Alene Press, 86 of those citations resulted in guilty findings. Many of the other tickets are pending.
Sen. Jim Hammond, a northern Idaho Republican who carried the texting bill in the 2012 Legislature, says the tickets and the second thoughts show the law is working as intended.
An infraction costs $85, including court fees.