New Jersey lawmakers are considering a bill which would levy fines on drivers for eating, drinking or texting at the wheel, according to NBC News.

The news report states that NJ Assemblyman John Wisniewski and Assembly co-sponsors Nicholas Chiaravalloti and Patrick Diegnan are trying to target the broader issue of distracted driving.

The proposed measure would ban ‘any activity unrelated to the actual operation of a motor vehicle in a manner that interferes with the safe operation of the vehicle on a public road or highway.’

A first-time offense could carry up to $400 in fines, with as much as $800 for a third offense — plus a 90-day license suspension and points.