New distracted driving laws take effect Sunday in OR

The 2009 version of the law required drivers to use a hands-free device to make phone calls and banned texting while driving. But according to some interpretations (e.g. the Oregon Court of Appeals) it left drivers free to play games or program nav apps while driving, as long as they weren't texting or calling.

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