You can't even text and walk - so why do you text and drive?

The footage comes in timely fashion as strict new rules were enforced in the UK for drivers using phones behind the wheel.

Drivers caught will be given a fixed penalty notice, which under new legislation is a £200 fine, and six points on their licence.

Cases could go to court where drivers can be fined £1,000 and disqualified from driving or riding. Drivers of buses or goods vehicles could get a maximum fine of £2,500.

"Think twice before driving and using your phone," is the message from police.

A total of 58 drivers were caught using their mobile phones at the wheel in Surrey in March alone, a Freedom of Information request revealed.