Latest Mobile phones and driving safety Stories
A new study found that hands free texting can add up to as much or more distraction for drivers as manually reading and replying to texts.
Attorney Chris Davis provides expert commentary on a recently-released study from the NHTSA, which revealed that a significant percentage of all surveyed drivers admitted to using their cell phones
Rhode Island personal injury lawyer to discuss the dangers of texting and driving and offer tips for safe driving. Cranston, RI (PRWEB) April 08, 2013
Although car crashes are still the leading cause of death for teens, risky behaviors for teenage drivers and car passengers are on their way down, according to a new survey.
Semi Truck Accident Victims Center says, "For your average teenager texting while driving is actually worse than driving drunk, and we are urging parents of all teenage drivers to forbid
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