There’s a new way to thwart distracted driving.
In addition to a breathalyzer, police in New York could soon be equipped with a “Textalyzer.”
It’s a device that can determine whether a driver involved in a crash was texting while driving.
New York is proposing a bill to allow authorities to examine phones at the scene of an accident.
To uphold personal privacy protections, officers wouldn’t have access to conversations, contacts or photos.