Traffic police in Greece crackdown on drivers using cell phones while driving
Hundreds of traffic tickets to drivers in Greece were issued over just a one-week period (March 18-24) for a violation that has increasingly become a scourge on the country’s roadways, namely, talking on cell phones while driving.
Based on figures released on Tuesday, 649 tickets were issued for the specific violation, with most coming in the greater Athens area, 120 tickets.
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