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Queensland driver fined for resting his phone on lap while driving in Brisbane


Driver is fined $1,033 for breaking a little-known road rule – can you spot his mistake?

  • A Queensland man was fined $1,000 for resting his phone in his lap while driving
  • The man said he did not know it was illegal because he wasn’t using the phone 
  • Resting a mobile phone on your body while driving is illegal under road rules

A driver who was fined $1,033 for resting his phone on his lap while driving claims he didn’t know it was against the law.

The man shared a video of the fine and four demerit points he received after a Brisbane traffic camera caught him with his phone in January.

The fine reads his offence was ‘driver use mobile phone handheld/resting on body’ and shows a photo of the man with the phone on his lap.

A Queenslander was fined more than $1,000 for resting his phone on his lap while driving and claims he didn't know it was against the law

A Queenslander was…



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