Eating while driving banned in South Dakota town
December 5, 2012 (HURON, S.D.) (WLS) -- Drivers in a South Dakota town are being urged to put down the cell phone and the sandwich.
The city of Huron has approved a tough new ban on "distracted driving."
Under a new law, drivers can be ticketed for eating, reading the newspaper or putting on make-up while behind the wheel.
Texting while driving is also considered a primary violation.
Offenders will be fined $100.
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