Could there be a national texting and driving law?

Some scary news as you head out on the roads this weekend.

More and more drivers are texting behind the wheel, despite all the criticism and statewide bans.

A national survey from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that about half of American drivers between 21 and 24 say they've thumbed messages or e-mailed from behind the driver's seat.

Many say they don't think it's dangerous when they do it -- only when others do.

Read more in Business Week.

Now National Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is getting involved. He wants Congress to pass a federal law banning texting while driving instead of leaving it up to individual states.

It is against the law to text and drive in Illinois and Iowa.

Take the pledge to not text and drive by joining our Just Let It Ring Campaign and you could save lives and potentially win prizes.