Phone Driving Ban Approved

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TORONTO — Legislation to ban the use of cellphones while driving was approved at Queen’s Park today.

Ontario becomes the fourth Canadian province to pass such legislation, joining Newfoundland and Labrador, Quebec and Nova Scotia in doing so.

The law, which does not come into effect immediately, includes a fine of up to $500 for driving while using a hand-held device to talk, e-mail, or send text messages.

The legislation doesn’t cover the use of hands-free devices like Bluetooths.

Drivers, however, can use cellphones for 911 calls, but it does prohibit portable video games, MP3 players and DVD players while behind the wheel.

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