This Fourth of July, 41.9 million Americans are expected to travel, according to AAA, a 0.7 percent increase compared to last year.
Dangerously drunk. There are new concerns from state police, as troopers pull over a concerning number of drivers who haven’t just been drinking a little bit–they’re highly intoxicated.
Dangerously drunk. There are new concerns from state police, as troopers pull over a surprising number of drivers who haven’t just been drinking a little bit–they’re highly intoxicated.
Summer danger. We’re in the middle of what AAA Mid-Atlantic calls the “100 Deadliest Days…” a stretch between Memorial Day and Labor Day that sparks an increase in fatal accidents involving teenage drivers.
The State Highway Administration is requiring that drivers have their vehicles’ headlights on 24 hours a day while traveling on Route 50 between Route 13 in Wicomico County and MD 90 in Worcester County.
Distracted driving. Mobile phone provider AT&T reveals just how bad it is when people use their smartphones behind the wheel.
Road rage. When it comes to driving, there’s a long list of what sets people off.
The Maryland Senate has voted to raise the speed limit from 65 to 70 mph on state highways.
Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel weekends across the country. And with snow Wednesday, a lot of people adjusted their travel plans and then hit the roads Thursday.
Texting and driving. It is dangerous, deadly and many people are still doing it.
Car crashes are the leading cause of death among teens, and cell phones could be making things worse.
Car crashes are the leading cause of death for teens in the United States. With that in mind, a new campaign is launched at high schools across the nation to make young people better drivers.