New Zealand should feel lucky as a nation for there is no driving chaos on roads such as that found in India or Japan for instance. Otherwise, the amount of accidents would have topped in there because one out of every seventeen drivers was caught using the cellphones in a spy research carried out by Campbell Live. An overall of 96 drivers out of the 1681 cars observed were caught talking or texting on their cellphones whilst driving. This observation is from a single busy intersection in Auckland which means, the numbers are baffling. No wonder, the government of NZ has declared this illegal and unless a driver uses a hands-free kit, he or she will be charged $80 as fine along with 20 demerit points (we guess that has got something to do with punches on the license) from this November-when the new laws come in place.