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Polish police get tough on drivers distracted by cell phones

16.09.2019 07:55
Polish police were out in force on Monday to crack down on drivers who were using cell phones instead of paying attention to the road.
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Officers were checking to make sure motorists were keeping their hands on the wheel and eyes on the traffic rather than being engrossed in their smartphones.

The National Police Headquarters (KGP) has, in a special message, reminded drivers that they are allowed to use only hands-free phones.

It warned that using a phone while driving can have serious consequences, because it distracts the driver and causes them to take their eyes off potential dangers.

Police also said that people who need to have access to a phone while driving should use a headset or speakerphone.

Similar police campaigns were scheduled to take place on Monday in various other European countries, public broadcaster Polish Radio’s IAR news agency reported.


Source: IAR