HARRISBURG – A proposal from a bipartisan group of state lawmakers would change PA’s driving laws, specifically in regard to cellphone use while operating a motor vehicle. House Bill 37 would require the use of Bluetooth technology or a docking station when using a cell phone while driving. Supporters of the bill say almost every one of PA’s neighboring states do not allow hand-held mobile device use while driving. During the 2019-20 legislative session, a distracted driving bill was passed by the PA House with bipartisan support, but was not brought up by the state Senate. The bill is currently before the state House Transportation Committee for consideration.