We would strongly recommend that you contact GT Stewart on 020 8299 6000 to obtain the best possible legal advice for your case. We can challenge the prosecution evidence on your behalf and provide you with the best result possible in your particular case.
When can I be charged with the use of mobile phone whilst driving?
- Sending or receiving a text or oral message
- Making a call
- Using your phone in stationary traffic (unless your engine is switched off)
- If you are supervising a learner driver and using a mobile phone
- If you are an employer, you can be prosecuted for allowing or requiring your employees to answer the phone whilst driving
New Laws Anticipated
There are plans to amend the current legislation to make it unlawful to hold a mobile phone (for any reason) whilst driving. This means that you will no longer be exempt from punishment when taking photos or scrolling through your music list.