The dangers of texting and driving are well-known, and 41 states – including New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut have banned the practice.
A Boston area man who coincidentally happens to be named Anthony Weiner has found himself in big trouble for an incident involving text messages, according to a published report.
Cuomo’s holiday message to distracted drivers is “the State Police are going to be watching the road even when you’re not and especially when you’re not.”
The legislation approved by the Senate and Assembly applies to drivers with permits and probationary or junior licenses.
Using voice commands to send text messages and emails from behind the wheel, which is marketed as a safer alternative for drivers, actually is more distracting and dangerous than simply talking on a cellphone, a new AAA study found.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is trying to make a point when it comes to texting while driving in New York.
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.
Frustrated by drivers who ignore Connecticut’s ban on talking and texting on hand-held cellphones, some state legislators want insurance companies to know when their customers break the law.
A new undercover, sting operation has police looking for drivers who talk and text behind the wheel.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said about nine people die every day in accidents caused by distracted drivers.
Drivers in the Danbury area may soon find themselves snared for texting behind the wheel and they may be left scratching their heads as to how the violations were discovered.
Thanksgiving is a time for celebrations and parties, but before you leave the house to see family and friends, if you plan to drink, you should plan ahead and designate a driver.
The baseball gods certainly have a cruel sense of humor.
The competition tests three skills: speed, accuracy and dexterity.
Too many women go looking for love in all the wrong places, in all the wrongs ways, with all the wrong guys. Or so says professional matchmaker Amy Laurent. She’s the star of the reality hit “Miss Advised” on Bravo, and she’s also the author of the brand new book “8 Weeks To Everlasting.”