New Jersey lawmakers may soon make it very expensive for you to get caught talking or texting on your cell phone while behind the wheel of a car. A senate committee approved a new measure on Monday that would increase the first and second offenses for drivers who are caught using their phone while driving. The first offense ticket would double from $100 to $200, while the second offense fine would climb to $400. Habitual offenders could face a 90-day suspension of his or her drivers license. The measure now advances to the full senate for a vote.