Drivers who use their phone while behind the wheel will be hit with a larger fine.
It comes under new plans proposed today.
Junior Transport Minister Hildegarde Naughton, who has responsibility for road safety, says the move is part of a series of measures, to reduce deaths on our roads.
So far in 2022, 87 people have died in road traffic accidents.
That's an increase of 27 compared to this time last year.
New regulations to raise the fine for using your phone while driving are in the works but it's not the only proposal being looked at.
In a bid to increase driver safety on roads in Ireland, greater penalties for those who do not wear a seat belt are also in preparation.