As summer vacation winds down, older teenagers are brimming with confidence about their driving abilities – and that might not be a good thing.
Based on calculations by the National Safety Council, 582 people could be killed on the roads during the upcoming July Fourth holiday weekend, and nearly 67,000 could be seriously injured.
The app “significantly reduces the risk of distracted driving by operating as a vigilant co-pilot,” according to Ottawa, Ontario-based Specific Range Solutions.
With the new feature, iPhone can detect when users might be driving and automatically silence notifications to keep the screen dark.
Most of us can’t resist the siren song of the smartphone when we’re behind the wheel. But a new report concludes that speeding is our most dangerous driving habit.
Data from a study involving several hundreds of thousands of drivers shows that phone distraction occurred during 52 percent of trips that resulted in a crash.
Allstate is launching the fifth annual Reality Rides tour, featuring a simulator that provides a safe environment to learn about the impact of distracted driving.
Developed in partnership with AT&T’s It Can Wait campaign, the toolkit contains key resources needed to easily host and implement distracted driving awareness events.
An annual survey of U.S. drivers reveals some traffic safety trends and attitudes that could be good for business in the collision repair industry.
With drowsy driving involved in more than one in five fatal crashes on U.S. roadways each year, AAA warns drivers that getting less than seven hours of sleep may have deadly consequences.
The announcement covers the second phase of voluntary guidelines to address driver distraction on U.S. roads.
The overall number of accidents in Iowa caused by distracted driving rose to 1,100 last year – a 43 percent increase from 2014.