Dutch associations agree ten-year plan to tackle smartphone use on the road

Monday 11 September 2017 | 17:04 CET | News
A group of Dutch associations has agreed a plan aimed at reducing smartphone use on the road. The aim is to raise awareness about the risks of using a phone while driving or cycling in traffic and make the behaviour socially unacceptable.  

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