Canada Inexplicably Forgot To Text Maine Man’s Wife When They Changed A Law

A man from Maine says there should be signs at the New Brunswick border warning motorists about the province’s distracted driving law. David Cowley says his wife was driving their vehicle to an automotive dealership in Woodstock last week for repairs, when she was pulled over and fined $172.50 for talking on her cell phone. Cowley says she had no idea she was breaking the law. “All the border crossings have signs that say no radar detectors, no littering, speed is in kilometres. I’ve never once seen a single no cell phone sign. It just seemed really unfair, particularly, you know, visitors,” he said. (read more at CBCnews)