Nationwide, one out of every 10 deadly accidents involve distracted drivers. Now, a new study released this week finds that teens — and not their parents — and turning off their cell phones while driving.
A warning about a dangerous new trend on Maryland roads: people taking cell phone photos and even videos behind the wheel! These so-called “driving selfies” can distract drivers just long enough to be deadly.
Anne Arundel County Police team up with the Maryland State Police to crack down on impaired and distracted drivers.
Drowsy driving is dangerous driving, and according to a new report, more drivers are doing it.
In less than a month, talking on your cell phone while driving will become a primary offense–a law one family says is bittersweet after they say they lost their son because of a distracted driver.
Memorial Day to Labor Day are the deadliest days of the summer for drivers, especially young drivers. Many of the accidents are caused by distracted driving.
In this edition of AutoNSider with Daryl Killian, Daryl discusses distracted driving.
Maryland lawmakers have strengthened distracted driving laws.
Talking on a handheld cell phone while driving is already against the law in Maryland. But the punishment for doing it could get a lot tougher if some lawmakers get their way.
The Maryland House of Delegates has passed a measure to strengthen laws against distracted driving.
If you text and drive, you lose. That’s the message students at a local high school drove away with after spending the morning behind the wheel playing a virtual texting while driving game.
A new study on distracted driving shows teenagers mirror their parents’ bad habits.