UK to propose new rules: no mobile phones while driving, with a maximum penalty of 1800 yuan and 6 points deducted

category:Internet
 UK to propose new rules: no mobile phones while driving, with a maximum penalty of 1800 yuan and 6 points deducted


Home of it on November 3 according to dailymail, the UK plans to introduce new rules to ban the use of mobile phones when driving motor vehicles, in order to fill the loopholes in previous laws and improve traffic safety. At that time, anyone who drives a motor vehicle with a mobile phone, whether in sending messages, making phone calls, taking photos, browsing the web or singing lists or navigating, will face a fine of up to 200 pounds (about 1825 yuan) and a penalty of 6 points for the drivers license.

According to the report, the existing laws in the UK only prohibit drivers from using mobile phones to make calls and send messages while driving a motor vehicle, and there is no ban on using mobile phones to do other things. In 2017, the traffic regulations introduced in the UK allowed drivers to check mobile phone messages or make phone calls while driving. However, following a series of reckless drivers who died in an accident due to texting or making phone calls, the UK now plans to introduce new regulations, forbidding the use of hand-held phones while driving, and the violator will be fined up to u00a3 200, with 6 points deducted.

At present, the new traffic regulations in the UK are still in the process of further listening to opinions and real-time amendments, and the British Transport Department is expected to formally implement the regulations next spring.

Source: it home editor: Qiao JunJing, nbj11279