The Illinois state senate isn't waiting for Google Glass to become available to the public. Concerned that using the computerized glasses while driving could be a distraction, Sen. Ira Silverstein filed legislation to ban drivers from using Google Glass. 

Currently, there aren't any laws explicity banning Google Glass use while driving. But one of the 10,000 users trying out Google Glass was pulled over in October and charged with a citation usually given to people driving with TV screens on in the front of the vehicle. Bills to ban using Google Glass while driving have also been introduced in Delaware, New Jersey, and West Viriginia. 

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[via Daily Herald