NHTSA is mobilizing law enforcement officers nationwide to look out for drivers texting or using their phone behind the wheel.
A new survey reveals that an overwhelming majority of people believe that distracted driving is a concern, but some continue to multitask while behind the wheel.
An annual survey by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety concludes that while most drivers want a greater level of security behind the wheel, their behaviors often contradict their attitudes about safety.
The 2019 Subaru Forester will offer a distracted-driving safety system as a standard feature on the SUV’s Touring model.
The National Auto Body Council (NABC) announced that its members will be hosting events and activities to promote safe driving throughout April, designated nationally as Distracted Driving Awareness Month.
Registration Underway for Collision Industry Golf Fundraiser in Dallas to Support National Auto Body Council Programs
Registration is underway for sponsors and golfers for the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Collision Industry Golf Fundraiser, which takes place April 4 in Dallas.
House Bill 673 would enact a hands-free driving law for Georgia and stiffen the penalties for distracted driving.
Forty-seven states have made it illegal to text while driving unless using a hands-free device, and Arizona may be next.
Distracted-Driving Law: Motorists in Washington State Will Receive $136 Ticket if Caught Using Phone
Under the E-DUI law, drivers may not use handheld cell phones or watch videos while they’re driving, stopped in traffic or at a stoplight.
Early bird registration for the National Auto Body Council’s (NABC) Golf Fundraiser is open until Dec. 9.
There were more U.S. traffic deaths in 2016 than in 2015, marking the second year in a row that the numbers have gone in the wrong direction.
The new website is designed to provide members and visitors with additional functionality as well as easier navigation to sign up and find resources to implement the NABC’s programs, the organization said.