AAA Northeast leaders joined state officials, legislators, traffic safety advocates and police officers at the club’s Providence headquarters in May to bring attention to Rhode Island’s new ban on hand-held wireless communication devices while driving.
Drivers who violate the law, which took effect June 1, face fines of up to $100.
To help drivers adapt to the new regulation, AAA Northeast employees demonstrated to media members a variety of ways for drivers to go hands-free. Options range from features like Apple CarPlay, in newer vehicles, to cellphone accessories, for drivers with older vehicles.
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