MMDA: Every instance of distracted driving to be fined

MANILA — The Metropolitan Manila Development Authority (MMDA) has reminded motorists that they can be fined several times within the day if they are found to have repeatedly violated the Anti-Distracted Driving Act (ADDA) that is set to be fully implementedon Thursday(July 6).

Lawyer Victor Nuez, the MMDA’s liaison officer, saidon Wednesdaythat a citation ticket for violating ADDA issued in Pasay City, for example, would not be a guarantee to a motorist that he would be exempted from being apprehended within the day if again caught for the same infraction in another city.

Under the revised implementing rules and regulations of ADDA, drivers are prohibited from using electronic…

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