When Georgia’s hands-free driving law took effect on July 1, Dunwoody lawyer Ryan Schwartz was ready—with a magnet personalized with his firm’s logo and website that people can use to park their phones while driving.

To his surprise, hundreds of people wanted one after hearing of it through social media, so he spent his weekend distributing them ahead of the Hands Free Georgia Act that took effect Sunday.

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