EUGENE, Ore. -- Question: How much will getting caught talking on a cell phone without a hands-free device cost you?
Answer: Depends on who you ask.
Oregon State Police and the Gov. Ted Kulongoski's office told KVAL News drivers face a fine of $142 if they are caught using a cell phone without a hands-free device after Jan. 1, 2010.
OSP said a Fact Sheet distributed by the state transportation department in December indicating a $90 fee was in error.
Of course, if you get caught in Eugene, you might pay less. A Eugene police spokeswoman said the municipal court set a fine of $115.
Your best bet: Hang up and drive.