SPOTLIGHT: U.K. motorists face stiffer penalties for mobile use

Motorists in the U.K. will no longer receive a simple slap on the wrist for using their mobile phones while driving, starting February 27, 2007, motorists caught using their mobile phone will have to pay £60 and will receive three points on their driving record. In 2004, 74,000 tickets were written in the U.K. for the offense. Article

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