More than half of severe crashes involving teenagers are caused by distracted driving, but a new device could force teens to keep their eyes on the road.
“I’ve been hit a couple of times, luckily I’m still alive,” says Dave Zabriskie, a retired cyclist.
Experts say eating while driving can increase a motorist’s chances of a car accident by 80 percent.
Distracted-driving related accidents claimed the lives of nearly 3,500 teenagers last year. Now teens are undergoing a crash course to better learn the dangers of distracted driving.
As part of April’s “Distracted Driving Awareness Month” campaign, local law enforcement agencies will be conducting zero tolerance enforcement on distracted drivers.
Teen drivers will get a graphic dose of reality Monday, as Safe Teen Driving Week kicks off in California.
California’s law banning drivers from using handheld cell phones is saving lives. That’s according to a U.C. Berkeley study.
A Southern California man whose distracted driving caused a crash that killed a 4-month-baby has been sentenced to three years of probation.
A 22-year-old driver involved in a crash on the Foothill (210) Freeway apparently sent a text message at some point before the accident.
California Highway Patrol officers and other law enforcement agencies will be out in full force Tuesday and Wednesday to make sure drivers aren’t texting or using their cell phones without wireless headsets.
We all know it’s not safe to talk on your phone or text while driving. Most of us want to do the right thing but our discipline can be weak when there are calls and messages coming in.