If you happen to have this problem, then try one of the following tips:Turn your cell on "silent"Completely turn your cell phone off.Put your cell out of reach (i.e. the trunk or glove box)Download an app that prevents you from texting while driving.
Texting drivers: Penalty points and fines to double. Drivers caught using handheld mobile phones in Britain are to face "much tougher penalties", with fines and points doubling, the government says. Under new rules expected to come in next year, drivers will get six points on their licence and face a £200 fine.Sep 17, 2016
Texting while driving, also called texting and driving, is the act of composing, sending, reading text messages, email, or making similar use of the web on a mobile phone while operating a motor vehicle.
Monetary fines: these can range from as low as $20 up to $500 depending on the state. Criminal charges: in some states texting while driving can result in criminal misdemeanor charges (Class B or C) Jail or prison time: if the offense has resulted in bodily injury to another driver, jail or prison time may be imposed.Apr 8, 2016