A police crackdown on drivers using mobile phones has resulted in 301 people being caught in Cambridgeshire
Police targeted drivers flouting the new mobile phone rules
The motorists were caught driving while using hand-held mobile phones during a month-long campaign throughout March.
Holding a mobile phone while driving is now an endorsable offence, punishable by a £60 fine and three penalty points.
Sgt Simon Goldsmith said: "It only takes a few seconds distraction from a mobile phone to cause an accident with fatal consequences."
He added: "The fact that such a large number of people have been caught using a mobile phone while driving shows that some people are not taking this change in penalty seriously."