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New Highway code rule says drivers must change how they listen to music
2022-01-28 09:02:00
All drivers in the UK have been warned about listening to music in their car. People with music streaming apps like Spotify and Apple Music are most likely to be affected, but the rules apply to anyone with a mobile phone. People have been warned that, if caught changing a song, they risk an immediate £200 fine, the Manchester Evening News reports. Click here for the latest real life stories The warning comes ahead of the imminent changes to the Highway Code, which is set to shake up the hierarchy of people on the road, making it safer for more vulnerable users. Finance firm CarMoney's Andrew Marshall says: “More and more drivers are being caught out on the roads by unexpected fines. The new changes to the Highway Code will place more responsibility on road users and it will be a criminal offence to disobey them. “More publicised offences, such as making phone calls whilst driving, are already deemed unacceptable in our society but simple things such as throwing a cigarette out of a window are what we see on journeys every day, and often without consequence. The Highway Code states that drivers must be visible (Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) “We are reminding road users to be considerate of other road users and obey driving laws for their own safety and the safety of others whilst travelling.” With a whole new set of codes about to come into action, read on for easy to miss rules already in place, according to CarMoney. Here's a list of some of the least known rules coming into place: Stopping beyond the white line at traffic

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