Drinking coffee or eating behind the wheel could soon get you in trouble in New Jersey, reports CBS NEW YORK.
New Jersey State Assemblyman John Wisniewski is sponsoring a bill that goes beyond punishing drivers for texting and driving. “Reading newspapers, opening maps while driving a car,” he said while listing dangerous driving habits.
Violators could face a $200 to $600 for the first offense and a $400 to $600 fine for a second offense. A third offense could get your license suspended. Read more.