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DfT looks to close mobile phone use while driving loophole

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DfT looks to close mobile phone use while driving loophole

Date - 1st November 2019
By - Chris Smith
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The Department for Transport (DfT) is to revise legislation so that any driver caught using a hand-held phone behind the wheel can be prosecuted whether they are texting, taking photos, browsing the internet or scrolling through a music...
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