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Hand-held mobile phones

26 January 2016

The consultation paper on changes to the fixed penalty notice and penalty points for the use of a hand-held mobile phone whilst driving has been issued by UK Department for Transport. It will be open until Tuesday 15th March 2016.

Responses are welcomed via the online form. Email and postal responses are also available.

The Department looks forward to receiving your response and is happy to answer any questions you may have.

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