Some Washington State lawmakers want to crack down on cell phones behind the wheel by adding more restrictions and making the punishment more severe.
Currently, only sending text messages or holding a phone to your ear while driving are banned under state law. The proposal would make it illegal to use apps, surf the web, send emails and more.
Everyone knows texting and talking on the phone while driving is illegal, but many people don't take the law seriously.
"I don't think people take this seriously at all," said driver Kailey Hall.�"Even just driving to my job�I see people at the red lights just texting and then it turns green, they're still texting."
"I don't think people take it very seriously," said high school student Jake Zalud. "The kids listen to their music, they're on their phones all the time all day anyway."