Grace period over for drivers in NSW caught by cameras — violators of handheld ban can expect five demerit points and at least a $344 fine

Drivers facing heavy fines if caught using a mobile phone by hidden cameras
9News, February 28, 2020

App utilizes ‘carrot-not-the-stick approach’ to curb drivers’ phone use; prevent distracted driving

Would a Free Milkshake Get You to Ignore Your Phone While Driving?
The New York Times, February 27, 2020

Should Saskatchewan’s steep, escalating, fines for violating handheld ban be available to being worked-off if it otherwise means losing between a tenth to a fifth of income?

Saskatchewan’s new distracted driving fines disproportionately punish people in poverty: professor
Global News, February 21, 2020

US insurer ‘urging the National Council of Insurance Legislators to draft model legislation that other states can’ utilize toward implementation of handheld bans in all states: Op/Ed

Column: ‘Hands-free’ laws would make roads safer
The Columbus Dispatch, February 11, 2020

Distracted driving must be treated ‘with the same kind of criminality and public condemnation as impaired driving:’ Op/Ed

It’s time we started treating distracted driving like impaired driving
Toronto Star, February 5, 2020