Monday, April 4, 2011
Distracted Driving Month: LAPD Joins Efforts to Crack Down on Cell Phone Use, Texting - ktla.com
Starting Monday and throughout the month, the LAPD will join statewide agencies in conduction "zero-tolerance" enforcements on distracted driving, officials said.
April has been named Distracted Driving Awareness Month in the state of California as an effort to remind drivers of often ignored statewide legislation against using cell phones while driving.
Kicking off at 6 a.m. on Monday, the Los Angeles Police Department is joining forces with over 225 local agencies along with the California Highway Patrol to step up enforcements.