A distracted driving law (using video while talking to someone) that New Jersey missed

Have you ever seen a person driving while talking to their dashboard? Actually it’s the cellphone attached to their dashboard. For some reason, there are people who feel they need to be seen while they drive so they video chat. Since video chatting is hands free, there is no law against it. That is possibly until now.

Hudson County Assemblyman Nicholas Chiaravalloti has proposed a ticket carrying a $200 fine for “using Facetime or a similar app while driving.” You would think common sense would dictate that you shouldn’t be face timing while driving but this is New Jersey where some just need to be seen.