A proposal filed Thursday would bar drivers under age 18 from using wireless phones or other communications devices while they are behind the wheel.
If ever a story called for the use of an emoticon, this would be the one: text messaging volume in the U.S. has declined for the first time ever, according to a new research report.
Imagine a world without Facebook, Twitter, or text messages. If it’s a nightmarish thought, you’re like most people aged 18-25 who are hopelessly addicted to something worse than alcohol or tobacco.
If you’ve driven the savage streets of South Florida, you’ve been behind a driver more focused on their cell phone than on driving. Now, the NTSB wants to put a stop to that.
If you’ve driven in South Florida, you’ve at one time or another been behind a person driving slowly and weaving as they try to send a text message. A new study found that the texters make driving even more dangerous for everyone.