Legislation introduced this month would make cell phone chatting behind the wheel a reckless-driving offense that carries drivers-license and insurance points, higher fines and possible imprisonment.

Under current law, N.J.S.A. 39:4-97, operating a hand-held electronic communication device while on the road carries a $100 fine and no motor vehicle or insurance eligibility points.

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