New York Installs ‘Texting Zones’ Along Its Highways

New York has begun repurposing 91 of the state’s Park-N-Ride lots and rest stops to include “text stop” signs so motorists know they’re a safe place to pull over and text instead of doing it while driving. Of course, if you actually need a sign to tell you a parking lot or rest stop is a good place to pull over and text you probably shouldn’t be driving. Or texting — not even from bed at night.

Do you think people will use them?

Found on: Geekologie