Connecticut is the latest state to report texting and cellphone violations to insurance companies -- and that could mean higher rates for phone scofflaws.
After declining for many years, the number of fatalities among teen drivers is growing again.
It remains to be seen, though, whether being required to have a sticker on their car will prevent teens from engaging in risky driving behavior.
Despite the very real hazards, texting while driving is very common among teenagers, a new survey shows.
This is particularly true if you're behind the wheel of your car.
A new study finds that teen girls are twice as likely as boys to use an electronic device when they're behind the wheel of a moving vehicle.
France will soon begin requiring all drivers to carry a kit that can measure blood-alcohol content. You can get the single-use tests here for as little as $2 a pop.
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