Illinois law also states that drivers cannot:
- Wear a headset that covers both ears while driving.
- A headset is any device, other than a hearing aid, that allows the wearer to hear or receive electronic communications.
- Drivers who are 19 years old or older are allowed to use an earpiece/Bluetooth device in one ear when driving.
- In addition, motorcycle and moped riders are allowed to use intercom helmets that allow them to communicate with other riders or passengers.
- Stop on railroad tracks at a railroad crossing.
- Block a crosswalk. Stop before the crosswalk so that you don’t prevent pedestrians from using the crosswalk.
- Block an intersection. Make sure to stop before the marked stop line in congested traffic so that you don’t block cross-traffic at an intersection.