Starting Wednesday, police in New Jersey will be targeting distracted drivers across the state.
It's part of a national crackdown called "You Drive, You Text, You Pay."
April is distracted driving awareness month.
38 police departments across the Garden State received $5,000 to beef up distracted driving patrols.
Officials say many other agencies are expected to participate unfunded.
New Jersey police cracking down on distracted drivers
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