WASHINGTON — A bill moving forward in Virginia would allow drivers to go faster before triggering reckless driving charges. Under current law, drivers can be charged with the criminal offense of reckless driving if they’re caught…
WASHINGTON – If practice makes perfect, then it follows that little practice makes, well, not-so-good. The collective capability of this area’s drivers to cope with winter weather is much-maligned, to the point of the discussion…
WASHINGTON — Public perception about drugged driving isn’t keeping pace with the growing number of states legalizing marijuana. AAA Mid-Atlantic believes too many people fail to respect the gravity and potential danger of drugged driving. “Eighty-five percent…
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Stricter driver’s license renewal rules for older motorists in Virginia take effect Jan. 1. According to AAA Mid-Atlantic, a new law requires drivers to renew their license in person starting at…
Everyone knows about the dangers posed by drivers who choose
to use a phone or electronic device while behind the wheel.
In 2015, the D.C. Department of Transportation will begin a pilot program to fluctuate parking rates in real-time based on demand for street parking in Chinatown and Penn Quarter.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Motorists are being urged to stay focused and alert as deer mating season is creating deadly road hazards in Virginia. AAA Mid- Atlantic says thousands of deer-related crashes take place across…
As the millennial generation ages, they are unlikely to change their transportation habits much and politicians should take note and begin planning for a major shift in how America gets around, according to a new study of millennial driving trends.
A new technology lets you know when you\’re falling asleep at the wheel.
A study reveals a list of the best states for teen drivers, so parents can take the essential precautions to assure safety for their children.
Traffic in the D.C. area can cause headaches and some choice
words. But new research suggests people can change their mood by changing the way
As many people prepare to hit the road for Memorial Day, a new
study is uncovering the types of behaviors that are most likely to elicit road
April is distracted driving month and the Fairfax County Police Department held it\’s first-ever distracted driver training session for officers.
Whether a seasoned winter weather road warrior or a novice to driving in ice and snow, road safety experts want everyone to know a few things about winter driving.
The first six months of Virginia\’s law getting tough on texting while driving reveal a clear trend. Drivers in Northern Virginia are the most likely to be convicted.