Keep the peace–and your sanity–on your next family weekend getaway.
New Jersey parents could find themselves going back to the classroom and taking remedial driver’s education — so their teenage kids can get a license. It’s just one of the new requirements under a teen driver safety law proposed by lawmakers.
“You can literally take the battery out and charge it in a café, while you eat your eggs.” – Nick and his electric bicycle
Gas prices on Long Island were closing in on a record high of $4.34 a gallon for regular unleaded, but according to the AAA, drivers really haven’t cut much on their fuel consumption.
The state’s Senate Republicans promised Tuesday to pass legislation that would allow police to stop and ticket motorists for texting while driving.
The Department said “the use of a hand-held cell phone while driving a vehicle is illegal. In addition, driving while texting or talking on a cell phone is dangerous and endangers both drivers and pedestrians.”
Car crashes are the number one killer of American teenagers.
The U.S. Department of Transportation and Consumer Reports magazine have released a poll that illustrates how widespread distracted driving is among young people and a plan to help fight it.
Many area residents took extra precautions Tuesday night and stayed off the roads, but those who did venture out saw a glimpse of what’s expected to come in time for the Wednesday morning commute.
The Office of Emergency Management warned Friday morning drivers to listen to traffic reports, use major streets or highways and drive slowly.
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A Brooklyn woman has been charged with criminally negligent homicide for allegedly causing a fatal accident while texting and driving.
Police said the city would begin the crackdown on drivers using hand-held cell phones at midnight as part of an initiative to focus on traffic infractions that could lead to serious injury or death.
Car crashes as a result of distracted driving are the leading cause of death among teens.
A new law enacted in New York means first-time drivers will face new restrictions when applying for driver’s license.