Cameras which can location motorists using their phones while driving have been officially rolled in New South Wales, Australia.
The business behind the know-how states the system is able of working in working day or night, in all weather problems and quickly filters out the the greater part of folks who are driving correctly.
All those caught encounter fines of up to A$457 ($290, £230) and up to 10 demerit points on their licence.
BBC Click’s Nick Kwek finds out extra.
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