Yesterday, we told you that starting Monday, April 1st, law enforcement has plans to crack down on distracted driving here at the Jersey Shore in honor of National Distracted Driving Month.

The mission is called "U Drive. U Text. U Pay" -- pretty self explanatory, sort of.

However, the list that explains what you could possibly receive a ticket for is a bit extreme:

-- Drinking and eating

-- Talking to passengers

-- Doing your makeup, shaving, or any other personal grooming done behind the wheel

-- Using a navigation system (What????!!!)

-- Reading maps (or other things that you might take your eyes off the road to read)

-- Watching a video (duh!)

- Texting (obviously)

-- And even adjusting a radio, or any control on your dashboard, steering wheel, etc.

A list of the town that are receiving additional funding to enforce these stricter rules are listed below and may give you a good idea of where at the Jersey Shore things are REALLY going to start cracking down.

  • Allentown $5,500
  • Asbury Park $5,500.
  • Atlantic Highlands $5,500
  • Deal $5,500
  • Eatontown $5,500
  • Englishtown $5,500
  • Freehold Twp. $5,500
  • Highlands $5,500.00
  • Holmdel $5,500
  • Keansburg $5,500
  • Keyport $5,500
  • Manalapan $5,500
  • Matawan $5,500
  • Middletown $5,500
  • Neptune $5,500
  • Red Bank $5,500
  • Sea Girt $5,500
  • Spring Lake Heights $5,500
  • Union Beach $5,500
  • West Long Branch PD $5,500
  • Barnegat $5,500
  • Bay Head $5,500
  • Brick $5,500
  • Harvey Cedars $5,500
  • Jackson $5,500
  • Lakehurst $5,500
  • Manchester $5,500
  • Ocean Gate $5,500
  • Ocean $5,500
  • Point Pleasant Beach $5,500
  • Point Pleasant $5,500
  • Seaside Heights $5,500
  • Ship Bottom $5,500
  • Stafford $5,500

Now, by no means are we saying to drive distracted but I think we can all agree that spending money on a pesky traffic ticket is probably the last place we want our funds to go.

So drive safely because not only will it save your life, but will help save the funds in your bank account.

Take a look at other counties being given additional funding throughout New Jersey for the "U Drive. U Text. U Pay" mission at NJ.com.

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