Monday, December 9, 2013

Half a million drivers caught using mobile phone while driving in Britain

Britain has stringent laws for people using mobile phones while driving. Even recently the fine fee has been increased to deter the drivers from using their mobile phones during driving which is extremely hazardous and often results into fatal accidents.

Now the latest figures issued by DVLA show that over half a million drivers have been charged using their mobile phone while driving and Glasgow in the worst place in the country.

The number of UK drivers who now have a minimum three points on their licence with the code CU80 now stands at 574,955.  Of these, 6.5 per cent have six points or more.

Meanwhile, 62 per cent of children aged between the ages of seven and 11 report being driven by someone talking on the phone and 79 per cent have seen drivers on mobile phones outside their school or home.

Read more about it at: Mail Online
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