Alas New Jersey drivers, your days of cruising down I80 with a tin of Hard Candy eye shadow in one hand and a tube of Pringles in the other may be coming to an end. A bill has been proposed in the state that would fine people behind the wheel for anything that could be considered "distracted driving," which includes eating, applying makeup and smoking.

On Monday, the New Jersey State Assembly's transportation committee voted to approve the bill, which cracks down on "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." So, no lighting up a Marlboro 27, applying mascara, eating a sandwich, watching Ice Age 2 or fiddling with Sirius Radio, no matter how many times you have to hear "Only The Good Die Young."

The bill proposes a $200 fine for a first offense, $400 to $600 for the second and $600 to $800 for the third, with the option of a license suspension after a third offense. The bill still has to be introduced in the State Senate, though it received unanimous support in the Assembly; though not everyone's so pumped about the prospect about giving up extracurricular activities on the road. "I can’t adjust the radio anymore? I can’t change the CD? I can’t look at a map?" Steve Carrellas, New Jersey representative of the National Motorists Association, told the Star Ledger. "This is a whole set of undefined behavior that someone could perform in the car that could be considered not driving." R.I.P, roadside Angry Birds. R.I.P.