Staff Reporter BALEARIC traffic bosses are to set up new road by-laws with the aim of increasing safety, and ultimately of reducing the number of traffic accidents. Some of the most important changes affect a wide variety of road-user practices. l The use of mobile telephones whilst driving is only to be permitted if they avail a hands free system The use of mobile telephones whilst driving is to become strictly prohibited, as is using any other system of communication whilst in motion, unless it can be used without removing hands from the steering wheel. l Banning of moving image screens from vehicle dashboards Any driver distractions are to be removed, such as Internet access screens, television monitors and video or DVD players. Exceptions to this ruling are the use of computerised monitors that are connected with the control of the car. l Radios and mobiles to be off during refuelling It has always been law that the car engine and lights be switched off when filling up with petrol. This is now extended to any electric or electromagnetic equipment.