It's been 47 days since a new law went into effect in Washington making texting or talking on a cell phone without a hands-free device a primary offense. (Before the law went into effect, law enforcement officers could ding you for the offense if they'd already stopped you for something else. Now, they can pull you over just for that.)
But an infographic from freeinsurancequotes.org suggests that law enforcement isn't taking the text offense too seriously yet. At least not in the first 28 days.
The graphic indicates that police are way more likely to ticket you for talking than T9-ing. And there's a good chance that, at least so far, they'll let you off with a warning.
Anybody here run afoul of the new law yet?