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.
Experts say hands-free technology is safe to use behind the wheel, but a new study by AAA Mid-Atlantic suggests these popular features may actually increase distraction.
It can wait. Those are the words being enforced to a group of local teens when it comes to texting and driving.
A draft of the District of Columbia’s long-range transportation plan favors mass transit and discourages driving.
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The U.S. Secretary of Transportation announces a national distracted driving awareness campaign, focusing on texting behind the wheel.
Supporters of a law that would strengthen the punishments for distracted driving accidents are urging Maryland lawmakers to pass the bill before time runs out in the General Assembly.
The negligence of texting while driving could carry stricter penalties as Jake’s Law moves through the General Assembly.
The Maryland House has unanimously approved a measure that would put new restrictions on people convicted of driving drunk with children as passengers.
A Snow Hill man is facing a drunken driving charge after authorities say he appeared intoxicated at a drunken driving victim impact panel.