Expect a $344 fine and five demerit points for illegal phone use on NSW roads, and a bigger fine in Queensland
Mobile phone detection cameras are now in full operation following the end of grace period in NSW, where drivers will cop a $344 fine and five demerit points if they’re caught on their phone while driving.
If you’re caught in a school zone, the fine becomes $457.
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