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a woman talking on her phone while driving, as a new survey suggests that young drivers are most likely to talk on the phone while driving. (AAP)

The Australian Medical Association wants tough penalties for provisional drivers caught using their mobile phones while driving.

By
Michelle Rimmer
Presented by
Silvy Wantania
Published on
Friday, January 12, 2018 - 18:17
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3 min 25 sec

It is one of several recommendations the association is offering for reducing the nation's soaring road toll.