11 drivers in Newham face fines for using mobiles at the wheel
PUBLISHED: 13:37 02 March 2017 | UPDATED: 13:38 02 March 2017
Newham police continue to clamp down on mobile phone users, as they’ve caught another 11 people today.
New legislation, which came in yesterday, means a driver caught using a hand-held device, such as a phone, sat-nav or car radio, whilst driving could end up with six points on their license and a fine of £200.
It could also result in drivers losing their licenses, if you’re in the first two years after passing your test.
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