24-Hour Cell Phone Crackdown Begins Tonight

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Starting tonight at midnight (Tuesday, October 26, 2010), New York City will be strictly enforcing the cell phone law for 24 hours. Drivers who don’t use a hands-free device face a $130 fine and a possible auto insurance increase.

During the last crackdown, the NYPD issued 6,125 cell phone traffic tickets, well above the daily average of 617 per day.

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