The O.P.P. is reminding people to keep their eyes on the road.

With March Break come and gone, O.P.P. Central Region Sargeant Jason Folz confirmed Haliburton O.P.P. caught four instances of distracted driving.

According to Folz, two drivers were charged with “handheld communication devices in hand” and two drivers were charged with careless driving related to being distracted.

Under the Highway Traffic Act, distracted drivers can face up to $1,000 in fines, three demerit points and a three-day suspension. Novice drivers may face longer suspensions.

The O.P.P. encourages drivers to use Bluetooth devices or other hands-free options.