ATLANTA -- There's a lot of attention being given to texting and driving, but along with it is a lack of determination to put the cell phone down.
11Alive's Center for Investigative Action tested a couple of devices that help to protect distracted drivers from the harm they may cause themselves when the urge to text while driving becomes too "strong."
CIA looked at three companies and the devices they offer. They found that all of them worked and prices that their prices ranged from $2 to $200.
The FCC has a list of devices to help stop distracted driving. Click here to see the website.