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Latest Mobile phones and driving safety Stories

2014-01-29 16:21:31

Council calls for original videos illustrating why hands-free devices offer drivers no safety benefit ITASCA, Ill., Jan.

2014-01-19 23:03:01

Texas car accident lawyer Tom Carse of Carse Law Firm hopes a recent report about teenage drivers becoming increasingly careless behind the wheel serves as a wake-up call to all drivers.

2014-01-15 23:29:22

In a comprehensive report, DUI attorneys from Ankin Law Office compare the open bottle to the lit smartphone screen to discover which is more deadly for drivers.

2014-01-07 23:28:48

Orange County car accident lawyer John Rapillo weighs in on study reporting that young adult drivers use their phones more than drivers 16-18 years old. Orange

2014-01-05 23:02:58

The Arizona distracted driving lawyer at the Law Offices of William Penn weighs in on a study that concludes texting while driving is six times more dangerous than drunk driving. Kingman,

2014-01-04 23:05:09

ProClip USA Products Help Drivers Abide by New Hands-Free Driving Law Effective January 1st in Illinois Madison, WI (PRWEB) January 03, 2014 ProClip

Nearly 10 Percent Of Driving Time Occurs While Distracted: Study
2014-01-02 06:27:17

Drivers spend approximately 10 percent of the time behind the wheel taking their eyes off of the road to deal with phone calls, text messages or other distractions, according to a new study appearing Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine.

2013-12-30 23:22:40

A study could pave way for further research and new state laws designed to reduce cell phone and texting-related car and truck crashes, says Louisiana personal injury attorney James Wattigny of

2013-12-14 23:02:29

An ignition interlock system available in Washington State is designed to make practices such as texting while driving difficult and undesirable, according to Richard McKinney, a car accident


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