Police in Cumbria are trying to clampdown on driving offences. They've been carrying out a series of operations targeting a range of crimes including people using mobile phones at the wheel and speeding.
Mobile phone driving laws have been in place since 2003, but seventeen years on people using a phone at the wheel is still one of the most common causes of driving offences.
Last year three road deaths happened in Cumbria when a driver was using a mobile phone or was distracted, and another 32 people were injured.
Using phones at the wheel can lead to death and serious injury . He was jailed for seven years for speeding and sending phone messages before the crash. One man died and another now needs to use a wheelchair.
There's been an extra focus over the last few days but Police are stressing that they're out every week trying to stop offences and make the roads safer.