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CHANGES TO THE LAW ON USING A MOBILE PHONE WHILE DRIVING

In 2003 the Road Vehicles (Construction and Use) (Amendment) Regulations created a specific offence of using a mobile phone while driving. Subsection 110(6)(a) of those Regulations states that a mobile telephone is to be treated as hand-held ‘if it is, or must be, held at some point during the course of making or receiving a call or performing any other interactive communication function’.     Click below for the full article.

CHANGES TO THE LAW ON USING A MOBILE PHONE WHILE DRIVING

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