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Now there are new tougher penalties for Northern Ireland drivers caught using a mobile phone when driving.

Anyone caught using a hand-held mobile phone while driving, will be given six penalty points instead of three and will be fined £200, instead of £60.

Drivers caught using mobile phones for a second time while driving, or those who accrue 12 points on their licence, will face a court hearing, disqualification and fines of up to £1,000. Newly-qualified drivers, who have a ceiling of six points for the first two years after passing the test will face an immediate ban.

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