More than 100,000 Aucklanders have been caught on camera driving distractedly in just three months, RNZ reports. The latest update of a trial of two new safety cameras at three locations says they have snapped 96,000 phone offences in three months. Another 8000 people had been snapped not wearing their seatbelt in the driver’s or front passenger seat. Waka Kotahi – the New Zealand Transport Agency – is using the trial to gauge the extent of the risks distracted drivers pose.