The Road Safety Act 2006 was given Royal Ascent in November 2006 and made using a phone endorsable
Managing director of Admiral, Jane stone, said: "The government is planning to make driving while using a mobile phone endorsable
If you were convicted of an endorsable
motoring offence, the court has discretion to order disqualification from driving until a test is passed.
It is two years to the day since chatting or texting while driving became an endorsable
Parking on or within the zig-zag markings is an endorsable
offence which carries three points on your licence.
In the six months since February 27, when the fine doubled from pounds 30 and the offence became endorsable
, 1,027 drivers have been issued with FPNs.
But a new tough law came into force on February 27 which will mean those using a mobile while driving are committing an endorsable
offence and will get a pounds 60 fine and three penalty points on their licence.
The Department of Transport also plan to make the offence endorsable
with three points and increase fixed penalty fine to pounds 600.
The Government also plans to legislate to make it an endorsable
offence, so drivers will get three points on their licence each time they are caught holding a mobile phone.
The charge relates to an incident that took place in 2005 when he is accused of persuading a man named Maurice Ward to accept responsibility for an endorsable
road traffic offence.
You now have 28 days to return your licence to either a court or the DVLA, where an endorsable
motoring offence is committed.
Ten drivers were given fixed penalty notices and one an endorsable
fixed penalty notice, meaning three penalty points and a fine.