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Topic - Susan Culin
Yes, it's illegal to text while driving in Virginia, just as it is in 29 other states. And yes, police see the same things on the roads that all motorists see: distracted drivers paying more attention to their cell phones than the road.
While it is not explicitly illegal to, say, eat a sandwich while driving, Capt. Culin said officers will be looking to match those behaviors inside the car with bad-driving behavior, like erratic braking or weaving.
Officers will use unconventional vehicles during the monthslong enforcement campaign, including trucks and SUVs that sit up higher so the officer has a better vantage point to see what a driver is doing inside his car, Capt. Culin said.