Florida’s texting and driving laws could be changing. Currently the state law of Florida lists texting and driving as a secondary offense. What that means is that officers can’t pull you over solely for driving while texting. Instead, another offense needs to be observed in order to issue a ticket for texting and driving.
Ban texting while driving for all drivers. This includes reading, writing, and sending text messages. Ban cell phone use by drivers who have a learner’s permit or an intermediate license; Ban school bus drivers from using cellphones unless there is an emergency;