There is an update on the state’s effort to crack down on distracted driving on Monday.
Police in Connecticut are cracking down on distracted driving.
When it comes to distracted driving simulators, the DrivSim Lab at Yale pushes the boundaries of realism.
The first day of May means the end of Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the state’s month-long crackdown.
Dozens of drivers are now facing fines for distracted driving in Fairfield. Seven officers started searching for offenders at six Monday morning.
A driver reportedly texting at the wheel in Berlin, Mass. drives head-long into a utility pole and flips their vehicle.
Hundreds of drivers were issued distracted driving infractions during the month of April, according to West Hartford police.
Using your phone isn’t the only way you can be guilty of distracted driving. Apparently, millions of Americans are also distracted by their pets.
Multiple police departments are taking part in the 2017 “Distracted Driving High Visibility Enforcement Campaign” in an effort to promote safer driving.
You’ve heard it before – “U Drive, U Text, U Pay”. However, it bears repeating over and over again.