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Distracted driving laws in New York: everything you need to know

Regulations against cell phone use while driving vary dramatically from state to state. New York has some of the most extensive prohibitions and most severe penalties for such offenses. Whether you’re a New York resident or you’re just visiting, it is your responsibility to understand—and adhere to—the laws surrounding distracted driving in this state.

You can politely say 'No' to field sobriety tests

You may be like other New York residents who feel as though they can't say "no" to a police officer. It is true that you can't refuse some of an officer's requests, such as to exit your vehicle, but there are some requests with which you don't have to comply, such as participating in field sobriety tests.

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