Washington state’s cell phone and driving ban has led to 670 citations between June 10 and July 1

Close to 670 drivers state wide in Washington have been ticketed and fined $124 for talking on handheld phones or texting behind the wheel.

It seems more Washingtonians are talking while driving, or at least it’s easier to catch than those texting. The State Patrol has issued 633 citations for talking and 34 citations for texting while driving.

The Seattle Police Department says they have not tracked the number of citations since the law went into effect.