New Zealand bans mobile phone calls

Source: Internet
Author: User
Keywords Mobile phone call New Zealand drive call
Tags alarm alarm phone calling calls driving internet mobile mobile phone
Wellington, November 1 (Xinhua Liu Jiechu) Starting from November 1, New Zealand will formally implement the SGX to prohibit people from driving a car while holding a mobile phone, texting or surfing the internet, but calling an alarm phone and using a hands-free device is not restricted.  Police said that from now on, the offending drivers will be fined and 80 New Zealand dollars (about 58 U.S. dollars) fine.  New Zealand Transport Minister Steven Joes 1st said that through a period of publicity, the majority of the public have been aware of this provision, which will make New Zealand's road traffic more secure. Other details of the SGX include: suspicious motorists are required to undergo drug testing, daytime cycling or motorcycles are also required to start lights or daytime driving lights, and ordinary vehicles can only borrow special lanes within 50 metres of the turning or parking spaces.
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