Today, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the Ad Council announced new television and radio PSAs (public service advertisements) for their “Stop the Texts. Stop the Wrecks” campaign, which reminds drivers that distracted
The Travelers Institute, the public policy division of The Travelers Companies, Inc.is bringing its Every Second Matters symposium to students at the University of Calgary today to highlight the dangers of distracted driving and encourage
CalAmp a technology solutions pioneer transforming the global connected economy, today announced it has licensed intellectual property from Katasi, a Colorado-based company, to develop network-based distracted driving avoidance technology as a key component of its
Motus released new research around the rising trend of distracted driving in the mobile workforce. The “2018 Distracted Driving Report” found that as smartphone ownership has increased across an ever-growing mobile workforce, there has been
LIFEGIF™Technologies launches LifeGift, the world’s first emotion-based app designed to prevent car crashes, related serious injuries, and fatalities, involving distracted drivers and pedestrians using their mobile phones LifeGift is a valuable gift you give to
When driving with friends, the music may go up but so do distractions. Rowdy passengers and even criticism from their peers take teens’ attention away from the road. A new study from Liberty Mutual Insurance
A survey from Smith’s Lawyers in Brisbane, Austraila found men are much more likely to be distracted by their phone, try and drive with their knees or watch videos on the go. The biggest difference
With many states legalizing marijuana, law enforcement needs tools to test its use. Hound Labs claims its marijuana breathalyzer can detect minute trace THC molecules in breath that make marijuana uses too high to drive.
To educate their peers on the dangers of distracted driving, high school seniors Kirklin “Mack” Hopkins (17) and Kellen Stadler (18) of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools in Charlotte, North Carolina, send a clear message: A single second
A survey of more than 1,000 Washington, D.C., area drivers who travel the Interstate 395 corridor shows that drivers self-report engaging in a number of distractions while behind the wheel. Following the survey findings, Transurban,
“This didn’t have to happen,” said Dave Kubert about the life-changing injuries he and his wife Linda sustained at the hands of a distracted driver. Both underwent the amputation of their left legs and joined
The Travelers Institute, the public policy division of The Travelers Companies, Inc. co-hosted a symposium with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston to explore new approaches to reducing distracted driving-related crashes.