Two bills under consideration in Maryland could give counties veto power on toll road projects and increase the fine for texting while driving.
Take your eyes off the road and put them onto your cellphone for just a moment at highway speed and you risk a crash.
AAA says we’ve entered the 100 Deadliest Days for driving, in which fatal crashes involving teen drivers have been known to climb. It has numbers to show what’s behind the surge, and add that those factors, distressingly, are on the rise.
Dozens of commuters learned an expensive lesson about the dangers (and illegality) of distracted driving, in Montgomery County.
WASHINGTON — A school bus driver caught by students texting and driving behind the wheel in Upper Marlboro is still employed by the school system. The cellphone video taken by a student and obtained by NBC Washington…
Prosecutors say a woman charged with texting while driving has been fined $500 for an accident that killed a motorcyclist.
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.
A Prince George\’s County woman who told authorities she had been texting and driving crashed her car and ended up in a
A 25-year-old Herndon, Va., man has been charged with texting while driving and other offenses after the vehicle he was driving struck a police officer conducting a traffic stop.
\”This is really a huge problem,\” says the study\’s lead author, Dr. Andrew Adesman
Virginia is close to following the lead of D.C.
and Maryland when it comes to texting while
driving as a law regarding the issue heads down
the final stretch, with one final hurdle to
A bill has been proposed that would toughen Virginia\’s texting while driving laws.
Currently, typing on your smartphone while the
behind the wheel in Virginia can get you only a
$25 fine and even then its a secondary offense.
That means a police officer has to have another
reason for pulling a driver over before he can
be cited for texting.
On Sunday afternoon, personal speeches were given by two teenagers who suffered serious consequences because of distracted driving.
A new survey finds that a majority of teen
passengers have asked their driver to stop texting
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