Following this morning’s Commons Transport Select Committee’s report, MPs will consider the total ban on drivers using their phones whether they are hand-held or hands-free.
The Government is being urged to update the wording of its law on the use of mobile phones while driving. Current legislation, introduced in 2003,
The percentage of drivers using a mobile phone behind the wheel – and those not wearing a seat belt – both appear to have fallen
Ethen Roberts, of Immingham, imprisoned for five years after admitting causing death by dangerous driving
Brake, BIBA, FTA, IAM and RoSPA react to fixed penalty tickets and fine increases