The new Highway Code law, which imposes a £200 fine on drivers, has been hailed as a “positive” change.


The new Highway Code law, which imposes a £200 fine on drivers, has been hailed as a “positive” step forward.

The new Highway Code rule change, according to David Bilsborough, owner of Cheshire Cars, will promote better and safer roads.

A business owner at a car garage has praised the new Highway Code.

Cheshire Cars owner David Bilsborough has been singing praises about the new law change.

Drivers who use a hand-held phone while driving would be easily prosecuted under the new law.

Current laws prohibit drivers from texting or making phone calls while on the road.

Drivers, on the other hand, will not be allowed to take pictures, listen to music, or play games on their phones while driving.

As a “positive” move for the streets, David believes it will promote good and safer roads.

“One of the rules is about cell phone use, which I don’t mind at all,” he said.

“If you’re taking a picture with your phone or listening to music on it.

“If a police officer sees you doing that, he or she may issue you with six penalty points and a £200 fine.”

“It’s a good rule.

It will promote good roads and make them safer.”

As long as the device is in a cradle, drivers will be able to use their phones hands-free.

This basically means that drivers will be able to use their phones as navigation devices as well.

Drivers, on the other hand, must always be accountable for their actions.

If police officers believe the driver is not in control of their vehicle, the driver will be fined.

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At drive-thru services, drivers can use their phones to pay.

In 2022, the government will revise the Highway Code to explain the new regulations.

Grant Shapps, the Transport Secretary, pledged that his team would “work tirelessly” to make the UK’s roads safer.

“Too many deaths and injuries occur while using mobile phones,” he added.


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