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Drivers caught on phone could lose licence in 2019

LanguedocLiving, Aug 19

In 2019, the laws against using a mobile phone while driving are going to get tougher.

Anyone caught using their mobile phone while driving, and committing another offence such as speeding, could have their licence taken away for six months.

Currently if you are caught using a mobile phone while driving, the fine is up to €134 and three points.

The only time it is permitted to use a mobile phone is if you are using a bluetooth system that is activated by voice.

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