A new ValuePenguin.com survey found almost all drivers, 90%, admitted to dangerous driving behaviors within the past year. And while some of these behaviors — such as eating, talking on the phone or changing the
Timed with National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, Lytx® a leading global provider of video telematics, analytics, productivity and safety solutions for commercial and public sector fleets, today announced new information about commercial driving and distraction.
As Distracted Driving Awareness Month 2019 draws to a close, GEICO urges drivers to learn the risks associated with distracted driving. How much is distracted driving affecting roadways? How much more likely is it for
Root Insurance, the nation’s only auto insurance company to discount insurance rates for drivers who avoid using their phones behind the wheel, launched the results of their second annual distracted driving study, conducted online by
Given the pervasive danger of texting while driving, Honda is flipping the script by encouraging teens to be role models and have #TheTextTalk with their parents throughout the month of April and beyond. The Distracted
American drivers overrate their skills behind the wheel, according to the second annual distracted driving study being released by Arity in April for National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Arity, a mobility and data analytics leader
A new distracted driving survey from the Automobile Club of Southern California shows 10 percent of adult drivers say they always or frequently use their smartphone while driving, even though it is against the law.
Distracted Driving Awareness Month starts next week on Saturay, the Anaheim Ducks, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and Mercury Insurance got a head start at Honda Center with the “Mercury Insurance Drive Safe Challenge,” a
On World Sleep Day (Friday, March 15) Ford highlighted the dangers of driving when tired – a major factor in up to 1 in 5 road accidents – with the help of a special “Sleep
The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) projects nearly 6,000 pedestrians were killed in motor vehicle crashes in the U.S. in 2017, marking the second year in a row at numbers not seen in 25 years.
E-scooters are all over the streets and sidewalks these days. These motorized vehicles are a fun and easy way to get around. But some riders are getting seriously injured and ending up in emergency departments.
Eyesight, “Driver Sense” Driver Monitoring System (DMS) will be demoed at Automotive World in Tokyo, January 16-18. The announcement comes after Eyesight was given an Excellence Award for promoting trade relations between Israel and Japan.