Helena Commissioners Will Vote to Outlaw Driving with Hand-held Devices


The Helena City Commission will vote on Monday night on whether or not to move forward with the proposed distracted driving ordinance.

The draft ordinance says a person may not operate a vehicle while using a hand-held phone. The ordinance says any person convicted of violating the ban would be fined up to $100 dollars, and the citation would not be reported on a person’s driving record.

For more information on the meeting and vote click here.

The full proposed ordinance is available here

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