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France is taking new measures to keep drivers off of their phones while they are on the road. The country's highest court has ruled that drivers cannot use their phones even after pulling over; they will need to park in a designated parking spot and shut off their engine. The only exception the court provided is in the event of an emergency. The fine for violating the ban, according to Le Figaro, is €135 ($212).

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France is taking new measures to keep drivers off of their phones while they are on the road. The country's highest court has ruled that drivers cannot use their phones even after pulling over; they will need to park in a designated parking spot and shut off their engine. The only exception the court provided is in the event of an emergency. The fine for violating the ban, according to Le Figaro, is €135 ($212).