Texting And Driving
Beginning Saturday, new drivers who are caught using a cell phone without a hands-free device could face a 120-day license suspension.
The Connecticut DMV is urging parents to emphasize the need to lay down strict driving rules for teens, stressing that using the phone while driving is a prohibitive as is drinking or speeding when behind the wheel.
The New York City Department of Transportation and AT&T offered passersby a chance to use a texting-while-driving simulator Tuesday at Flatiron Plaza.
The NYPD on Monday announced a citywide crackdown on texting and driving, and the failure to yield to pedestrians.
John Hoffman, the state’s acting acting general, said Monday that about 1.5 million crashes over the past decade have been caused by distracted drivers, resulting in 1,600 deaths.
New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that state and local police have stepped up patrols statewide to crack down on mobile phone use while driving.
The New York State Legislature on Wednesday passed a new law cracking down on young drivers who are caught texting and driving.
New York motorists are advised to think twice before texting and driving, as tough new regulations go into effect Saturday in New York State.
More teens die annually from texting while driving than for driving under the influence of alcohol, according to a study by Cohen Children’s Medical Center in New Hyde Park.
You are automatically 23 times more likely to have a crash if you have a cell phone in your hand, but still, experts say texting while driving has become a deadly epidemic.
During the simulation, students get to sit behind the wheel of a real car and text and drive without being in a dangerous situation. But just like in life, they could get one chance and it’s game over.
The proposed bill would double the fines for talking on cell phones without hands-free devices, texting and other cell phone use while driving.
A northern New Jersey couple who lost their legs to a driver who was sending a text message is sharing their story with high school students.
If you haven’t learned to put away that phone while you’re driving maybe you will now that it will cost you two points on your license.
A bill being considered by a Senate panel would increase fines and impose license suspensions for drivers who ignore the ban on talking or texting on hand-held phones.