Monday, day two of the hands-free driving law in Georgia got underway.
    The law appears to be getting some mixed reaction.
    Monday’s reviews came from drivers on Macon Road in Columbus.
    Some drivers say they were so nervous when getting on the roads when heading to work this morning.
     They say, they were worried what they would do if their bosses were to call, when they were behind the wheel.
     Meantime-, others say they’ve been preparing for this law and they’ve already made adjustments.
     If you happen to get pulled over for violating the law there are penalties in place.
   The first penalty is $50 and one point on your driving record. 
   The second violation is $100 and two points.
   The third is $150 and three points on your 
     Penalties can be steeper if you cause an accident while using your phone.