Radio Noon Montreal | Mar 20, 2013 | 24:14

Coroner targets illegal cellphone use while driving

A Quebec coroner wants to triple the number of demerit points a driver loses who's caught illegally using a cell phone. Listeners and a driving instructor react.

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