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Ever more severe mobile phone laws

By johnboy 17 September 2010 44

Comrade Stanhope is increasingly frustrated with all of you ignoring him and continuing to use your phones whilst driving.

To that end he has made new laws so that the extent to which you ignore him is increased:

Under the laws, drivers can only use a mobile phone to make or receive a call if the phone is secured in a cradle, or if it can be operated without being touched and is not resting on any part of the driver’s body. All other functions of the phone including text messaging, video calls and emailing are prohibited.

If the phone rings while I'm driving

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astrojax 4:29 pm 30 Sep 10

and i rekkun the fine should double for those idiots what are talking blithely on their mobiles and driving with a passenger in the car who could be talking for them…


Pandy 9:03 pm 19 Sep 10

Stanhope picked up an old Age newspaper. This has been happening in Victoria for at least 6 months.

Spideydog 7:47 pm 19 Sep 10

caf said :

They won’t fear the punishment because they don’t believe it will happen to them.

You have hit the nail on the head.

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