Call it walking while intexticated. Many Americans admit to walking while looking at a mobile device. And most of the offenders know that such behavior carries a heavy risk.
If your kid is coming home -- or going away -- your insurer needs to know. Failure to let them know could result in having a claim denied -- and informing them just might result in a discount.
Some cities have dropped cameras as a traffic law enforcement tool, saying their effectiveness has been questionable.
Well, sort of. Some 24 states now allow you to show proof of car insurance via your smartphone. But what exactly entails 'proof' is still sketchy.
A survey shows the most annoying passengers are wives. Husbands are second-most bothersome. Plus: How to keep from driving each other crazy on a road trip.
When it comes to highway antics, we're not being entirely truthful with our partners. One gender fibs considerably more often.
Those 3 beers at happy hour could turn into a $15,000 ordeal if you're arrested and convicted of drunken driving. There are lots of ways to get home safely.
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