Found this story that mentions a Fiero.http://www.loganbanner.com/...-usage-while-driving
Cellphone usage while driving
A lot has changed in the past quarter-century.
Can you imagine once pulling out of a new car lot in your brand new 1988 Pontiac Fiero, and seeing countless other drivers speeding by, eyes downward, reading a stack of index cards or their daily newspaper?
That would have seemed very peculiar, indeed.
Yet here we are, 25 years later, and it is not uncommon to pass other drivers who are either talking using new technology — a mobile phone — texting away furiously, all while looking at something other than the road in front of them.
And it’s against the law in West Virginia, as of 2012.
On Monday, July 1, it became a primary offense in our state.
We’ve had a year to adjust our behavior.
The law states. …
Law enforcement officials have made it clear. They will be looking for offenders.
While much has changed, some things haven’t. Folks will continue to engage in risky behavior on our highways.
But our hope is that enforcement of this law will cause drivers to put the mobile device down while driving and concentrate on arriving safely instead.
It’s a law that we, and hopefully all of us, can live with.
— Distributed by The Associated Press