TERRE HAUTE, IN (WIBQ) -- No texting, no emailing while driving in Indiana goes into effect on July first. Its now part of the state’s distracted driving law and it means you can’t write a text. You can’t read a text, nor read or send an email. And if you’re caught, it’ll cost you as much as 500 dollars. Yes, the law right now says any driver under 18 years old can’t do it, but the new law says no one can text or read a text while they’re driving. Law enforcement officials say it’ll be tough to enforce at first, but believed with some legal tweaking, the law can be enforced.