Minnesota law now requires drivers to put down their phones and go hands-free while driving.The state’s hands-free cell phone law went into effect August 1 and makes Minnesota the 20th state, along with Washington, D.C., to enact laws regarding hands-free use while driving.

The new law allows drivers over 18 to use their cell phones to make calls, text, listen to music or podcasts and get directions, but only by voice commands or single touch activation without holding the phone.

Visit HandsFreeMN.org for more information.

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