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Michigan State Police are Stepping up their Texting and Driving Enforcement with Undercover Units

April is national distracted drivers' month and the police will be cracking down on violators. But don't think this only applies to April.  Texting while driving has been illegal in both Michigan and Indiana for over six years.  Unfortunately, drivers just don't seem to be getting the message so law enforcement is planning to increase their distracted drivers patrol this month as well as encourage stiffer fines for these offenses. Right now, the fine for texting and driving in Michigan is $100 for the first offense, next time it goes to $200. The fine in Indiana is only $25 but if you are involved in an accident because of using your phone, the fine can go up to $1,000.  

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