France really doesn't want drivers to use phones on the road. And now, the country has banned using the devices even when the car is pulled over.
If a driver is caught using a mobile device, they could face a fine of about $167 U.S. dollars and get points on their license.
To use a phone, drivers have to be parked in a designated area, like a parking lot.
French news outlets report an exception would be if there's an emergency, like if the car breaks down. The rule also doesn't apply to hands-free setups.
France has seen an uptick in road deaths in recent years. The government has rolled out other measures to fight the problem, like reducing speed limits.