Police across Massachusetts continue to crack down on distracted driving, especially in West Bridgewater, where 51 people were cited Wednesday.
State and local police in more than 140 cities and towns are on the lookout for those who text or check their email while behind the wheel.
The effort is part of a national campaign called "U Drive. U Text. U Pay."
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In Massachusetts it is illegal to write, send it read electronic messages on your mobile device while driving or stopped at a light or in traffic.
Using a spotter in an unmarked car, police pulled over drivers and asked to see the last screen on their phones.
If they were texting they got a $105 ticket.
In all, 110 drivers were stopped and 52 of them were cited.
One driver actually got ticketed twice. He told police he thought they had gone home for the day.
The increased enforcement will last through the end of the month.