FHP Reminds Drivers It's Important To 'Stay At The Scene Of An Accident'February is "Hit and Run Awareness Month" and the Florida Highway Patrol has a very clear message to all drivers involved in accidents, "Stay at the scene of the accident."
Study: Self-Driving Cars Would Eliminate Majority Of Traffic Deaths, CongestionIn some ways, computers make ideal drivers: They don't drink and then climb behind the wheel.
Prevent Tragedy By Keeping Your Tires On TrackEvery day, millions of drivers unknowingly put themselves and others at risk when they get behind the wheel of a car.
New PIP Law Begins, But Will You Pay Less?Florida drivers looking to save money from from a new law designed to crack down on no-fault auto insurance fraud may find it helps insurance companies, but have to look hard to find any significant savings.
Two Dead In Separate Traffic Accidents In BrowardTwo people died in unrelated traffic accidents in Broward on Saturday morning, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office.
Accidents Spur Road Closures On U.S1 In KeysIf you are planning on heading down the Key West for the final day of Fantasy Fest, you can expect delays.
West Broward's Most Crash-Prone IntersectionsPembroke Pines became notorious more than a decade ago as having the most dangerous intersection in America.
Is A Broward Intersection Still The Worst In The Nation?It's been more than a decade since South Florida was given the dubious distinction of having the "most dangerous intersection" in the U.S.
Traffic Fatalities At Three-Decade Low In Florida Preliminary figures released Wednesday from the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles show crash fatalities fall for the sixth year straight.
Assault On Police Memorial, Punching A Cop Gets Dade Man TasedThe father and step-mother of Amanda Haworth tell CBS4 they are horrified by damage to the Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Tropical Park that may have been done by a drunk driver.
South Florida Drivers Worst? Insurer Says Not QuiteA major insurance company has included some South Florida cities in it's national report on America's Best Drivers, but before you shake your head in disbelief, be assured it's not a good thing, and you might consider not driving in Hialeah if you like your car.
Florida Senate Takes U-Turn On Red Light CamerasAutomated red-light cameras are getting the stop sign in both house of the Florida Legislature, as the Senate Transportation Committee voted 4-2 Tuesday to repeal the state law allowing the cameras.