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Mobile Phone Detection Cameras




Please be advised that from 1 December, mobile phone detection cameras across NSW were switched on and include both fixed and transportable trailer-mounted cameras.
 
Using high-definition cameras to capture images of the front-row cabin space of all vehicles to detect illegal mobile phone use, the detection system operates both day and night and in all weather conditions.
 
Warning letters will be issued for the first three months with penalties commencing from 1 March 2020. Following this period, the penalty for offending drivers is five demerit points and a $344 fine or $457 in a school zone. The penalty increases to 10 demerit points during double-demerit periods.
 
For more information, please refer to the following link at Transport for NSW: https://roadsafety.transport.nsw.gov.au/stayingsafe/mobilephones/technology.html
 
Also refer to the following ‘Know the rules’ video:




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