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Any use of a phone while driving will be prohibited in the United Kingdom

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The government of the United Kingdom is enforcing current rules prohibiting the use of cell phones while driving. Texting and making phone calls while driving is already forbidden unless it’s an emergency. However, starting next year, any use of cell phones while driving would be considered prohibited, including taking photos or videos, playing games, or scrolling…




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