Whether you’ve been at the wheel during or been a passenger during a car crash, or have never experienced one, chances are you’ll have to deal with the repercussions of a collision at some point in your life. An article by Safety America titled “100+ Car Accident Statistics for 2019” paints a vivid picture of […]
If you drive, it’s likely that you’ve talked, texted, or typed on your smart phone while behind the wheel, and it’s even more likely that you’ve seen others drive distracted. But despite the overwhelming prevalence of technology, a new report by GMAC Insurance suggests that people are starting to get the message about the dangers of distracted driving. In fact, nearly 75 percent of teenagers, the demographic most likely to text and drive, have said they have stopped using their cell phones in the car altogether. The report credits awareness programs, state laws prohibiting distracted driving, and technology that have made cell phones safer.