Distracted Driving will Cost You Big Time in Victoria!

Police Officers are tag-teaming to catch drivers who cannot put their phone down when in their vehicle. Even if drivers dispute it...they're gonna have to go to court to prove their innocence.


The driver refuted the claim saying he wasn’t on his phone. Cst. Andy Dunstan handed over a ticket – the distracted driving fine alone is $368, but with the penalty points, first time offenders have to pay a minimum of $543.


“We don’t debate it at the road side. That is what the court is for and I trust my colleague on the evidence he passes to me to write a violation ticket,”


If you need to check your messages or reply to a text it just makes sense to pull over. If's probably going to cost you!


Read the entire article here.





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