Fiddling with your cell phone behind the wheel can get you fined across much of the nation -- yet many states are more than happy to tweet you with up-to-the-minute directions on how to steer clear of a traffic jam. And that sends a mixed signal that some say could be dangerous, reports the Associated Press. At least 22 states that ban texting while driving offer some type of service that allows motorists to get information about traffic tie-ups, road conditions, or emergencies via Twitter. Nineteen states and the District of Columbia have banned all texting while driving, and eight...

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