Texting while driving? Police will get you
Hans David Tampubolon
The Jakarta Post
Need to check your BlackBerry messages on the go? Think again. The Jakarta Police are stepping up their drive to catch motorists using their cellular phones while driving.Head of the City Police Traffic Division Sr. Comr. Royke Lumowa said Wednesday that the police
had started enforcing the traffic regulation by issuing tickets to motorists caught using mobile phones. “Using your cellular ph...
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