Federal Law Prohibits Texting While Driving. You might be in trouble if you are a truck driver who uses a handheld cell phone to text message while behind the wheel. In January 2010, the Department of Transportation banned all commercial vehicle drivers in the United States from text messaging and using handheld cell phones while driving. Drivers who violate this federal ban on texting may be subject to fines up to $2,750. An excellent reason truck drivers should keep this Federal Law Prohibits Texting While Driving label on their visor or dashboard. This attention-getting label clearly shows that it is against the law to text message while driving--a leading cause of driver distraction that results in hundreds of deaths and serious injuries across the U.S.
Labelmaster's Federal Law Prohibits Texting While Driving label is printed in bright red and black ink on white PVC-free vinyl. This 4" x 6", Federal Law Prohibits Texting While Driving label will serve as a powerful reminder to commercial vehicle drivers that text messaging while driving is a real danger to their pocketbook, their rig and to the public. The Federal Law Prohibits Texting While Driving label is sold in rolls of 500 and packs of 100.