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KS law could get tougher against drivers using cell phones

KS law could get tougher against drivers using cell phones

Kansas lawmakers could add teeth to laws prohibiting cellphone use while driving. A bill introduced in Topeka last week would expand what could get you pulled over and how much...

Texting and Driving Statistics 2020 | The Zebra

Texting and Driving Statistics 2020 | The Zebra

Feb. 10, 2020 2020 texting and driving statistics In early 2020, The Zebra, the nation's leading insurance comparison website, launched a new survey to identify awareness around...

Who do rules about texting and driving really protect?

Who do rules about texting and driving really protect?

OSHA came out with guidelines about mobile device use while drivingby employees. So why do I have mixed feelings something that most people would think is a good idea? I...

 Driver Safety Never Yields the Right of Way – Our Driving Concern

Driver Safety Never Yields the Right of Way – Our Driving Concern

February 2020 Safety Coach: Driver Safety Never Yields the Right of Way Lisa’s Latest Top 10 In the U.S., crashes annually cost employers billions in medical care, legal...

Highway Safety Groups Call for Action on Impaired School Bus Drivers

Highway Safety Groups Call for Action on Impaired School Bus Drivers

Two national highway safety groups are urging government officials to do more to prevent school bus drivers from getting behind the wheel while impaired by alcohol or...

Attleboro area police are ready to enforce new hands-free cellphone law

Attleboro area police are ready to enforce new hands-free cellphone law

Attleboro area police are ready to enforce new hands-free cellphone law A new hands-free law on cellphone use takes effect Sunday. Using phones connected to the dashboard or...

A Road Less Traveled: Older Men Struggle More Than Women as Driving Decreases | AAA NewsRoom

A Road Less Traveled: Older Men Struggle More Than Women as Driving Decreases | AAA NewsRoom

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Feb. 18, 2020) – New research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety finds that as older adults reduce their driving, men report having fewer resources for...

Tech temptation: Driver safety apps help break phone habit

Tech temptation: Driver safety apps help break phone habit

New penalties kicked in this month for Queensland motorists that will see drivers fined $1000 and lose four demerit points if caught handling their phone while behind the...

Drivers won't be able to use phones while driving

Drivers won't be able to use phones while driving

New law seeks to reduce distracted driving and make the roads safer. Police will issue warnings to motorists until March 31. Starting April 1, they will begin issuing...

Mass. hands free driving law to take effect soon

Mass. hands free driving law to take effect soon

SEEKONK, Mass. (WPRI) — A new hands free driving law will go in effect in Massachusetts starting next week. While the law in the Ocean State has been in tact for more than a...

Hydroplaning: 9 Expert Tips To Keep Your Car Under Control

Hydroplaning: 9 Expert Tips To Keep Your Car Under Control

Hydroplaning (also known as “aquaplaning”) happens when the tires of your vehicle begin to ride on top of standing water instead of the surface of the road. Contrary to most...

Middletown woman who lost unborn son in crash: Texting and driving ‘not worth it’

Middletown woman who lost unborn son in crash: Texting and driving ‘not worth it’

The driver of the other vehicle was texting, she said. Eckert lost her unborn baby, Gabriel, and her left leg. She spent six months in the hospital and was in a medically...