Call from UK MPs sparks debate in Isle of Man
Using mobile phones 'hands-free' whilst driving could soon be banned, after pressure from some MPs in the UK.
The Isle of Man has similar laws to the neighbouring jurisdictions on using phones in cars - it is illegal to use handheld mobile phones, with a fine of up to £2,500 and four points on your licence.
However using hands-free is perfectly within the rules.
But, is it safe?
Alex Wotton spoke to Mike Bristow from the road safety charity Brake:
Well how realistic is it, to expect people to heed this advice? Dollin Mercer went into Douglas town centre to find out:
Former roads policing officer Derek Flint is the honourary president of the Isle of Man Advanced Motorists:
You can see the official Isle of Man Constabulary line on using mobile phones whilst driving, here.
A statement from the Isle of Man Government says:
'As with all new road safety developments in the UK, the Road Safety Strategy Group will monitor such developments'.