New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is getting tougher on drivers who text or chat on their phones while at the wheel. Cuomo, the father of three teen-agers, said Friday that a change will go into effect starting Saturday. The revised penalty applies to any kind of cellphone activity while driving. Drivers will see the penalty for texting while driving increase from three points off their driver’s licenses to five points. Cuomo told CBS New York he spends a lot of time in a car and he sees people texting while driving every day.