Colorado legislators look to change rules for video screens in cars |

Colorado legislators look to change rules for video screens in cars

DENVER (AP) – The rules could be changing for having video screens in the car.

Colorado law currently prohibits televisions in cars in the front seat or visible to a driver. Under a bill under consideration in a Senate committee Tuesday, those rules would be tweaked. The bill would allow screens in the front seat as long as they’re not visible to the driver.

Drivers would be allowed to see computer screens and other data terminals as long as the devices aren’t used for visual entertainment. Violators could be fined $35.

Senate Bill 14 gets a hearing in the Senate Transportation Committee Tuesday.


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