Using your mobile phone while driving delays reaction times for drivers by 30 per cent, a study has found.
It is illegal to drive a vehicle or ride a motorcycle while using a hand-held mobile phone.
This includes sending pictures or texts, internet, when you are stopped at traffic lights or in a queue.
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