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New French law prohibits pilots from using smartphones in cars Whether the car stops driving

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2018/2/7 2:01:11     readed:292

The French High Court has changed its laws to prohibit pilots from using their mobile phones at any time and now they are subject to a fine of 135 euros, even if the driver uses the phone while the car is stationary, for example when they are parked Points in the driver's license.

The French newspaper Le Figaro reports that this rule does not apply if the car stops at a designated place, and drivers can still call or text messages on public roads in the event of a car breakdown or an accident. Law changes will undoubtedly provoke French drivers, who have been furious over the law's double-lane speed of 55 miles per hour down to 50 mph. It remains to be seen whether the new phone rules will lead to a decline in road deaths.


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