Did You know that from 1st March 2017, fines are being doubled?

Touching mobile phones during driving is banned!

HOW TO LAND A £200 FINE +
6 POINTS ON YOUR LICENSE.

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BUT:  It has been illegal to touch a mobile phone – even with a hands-free set – while driving since 2003. This includes using a mobile to follow a map, read a text or check social media.

Can I check my text messages if I’m queueing in traffic or stop at the traffic lights?

Even if you stopped at a traffic lights or queuing in traffic – whilst the engine is running – it is forbidden!

The only time you are allowed to use a handheld phone is if you are safely parked or need to call 999 or 112 in an emergency and it is unsafe or unpractical to stop.

You must use hands-free phones, and hands free Satellite Navigation. Some of us haven’t got a built-in Satellite Navigation, so need to think how to integrate and store your phones safely. 

This multi-functional phone holder/charger could be a great saviour!

Can I use my phone to listen to music, play podcasts or watch video clips whilst driving?

Watching video clips isn’t allowed - not even if your phone is mounted in a hands-free holder.

However, if you have a hands-free holder or you are connected via Bluetooth, you can listen to music and podcasts.

 

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Still THOUSANDS of drivers are being caught each year by police after using their mobile phones at the wheel.

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You could now face £200 plus 6 points on your licence. For new drivers this means, they automatically
lose their licence!

How many times do we just reach for our phone, checking for messages or looking at the Satellite Navigation on our phones whilst at a standstill a traffic lights? 


Sounds familiar? YES!